Network Core Mechanisms of Exponence

Creider, Chet and Hudson, Richard (1999)

Abstract

(= Surrey 32) In an article which specifically adresses the treatment of morphology within Word Grammar, syncretism in English verbs is treated by reference to an "x-form" (similary to Aronoff’s 1994 morphome); i.e. there is a single form, defined by morphology, which multiple functions are associated with.

Creider&Hudson:1999
authorCreider, Chet and Hudson, Richard
year1999
titleInflectional phonology and word grammar
entrytypearticle
journalLingua
volume107
number3–4
pages163-187

BibTeX

@article{Creider&Hudson:1999,
    author = {Creider, Chet and Hudson, Richard},
    year = {1999},
    title = {Inflectional phonology and word grammar},
    journal = {Lingua},
    volume = {107},
    number = {3–4},
    pages = {163-187},
}
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