Derivational Morphology

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The theory of derivational morphology is empirically based on D[erivational] affixes, i.e. morphemes which are bound and placed before I[nflectional] affixes, in cases where the lexical category requires inflection. (For general reference, see Motsch 1988, 1999.)


Subjects: Linguistics.

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