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This article presents a detailed classification of noun-noun nominal lexical units which shows that French and English have the same categories. It then contrasts French subordinative units with their English equivalents, and it appears that French units constitute less prototypical...
This article presents an approach to the resolution of the much discussed problem of morphological classification of blend words and their distinction from such neighbouring morphological categories as clipping compounds. The research focuses on novel coinages and takes a data-driven...
Japanese has a fairly large set of complex adjectives formed by combining a noun with the adjective nai ‘null, empty’. The complex negative adjectives have the remarkable property that they allow nominative case marking to appear inside them optionally. We argue that these complex...
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