By Ferenc Kiefer, Mária Ladányi, Péter Siptár
The current quantity includes chosen papers from the 14th foreign Morphology assembly held in Budapest, 13–16 might 2010, geared up less than the auspices of the learn Institute for Linguistics of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences. the choice of papers offered right here addresses difficulties of language use in a single or one other experience, overlaying problems with regularity, irregularity and analogy, in addition to the position of frequency in morphological complexity, morphological swap and language acquisition. The languages mentioned contain Dutch, German, Greek, Hungarian, Lovari (Romani) and Russian. The participants are Anna Anastassiadis-Symeonidis, Mario Andreou, Márton András Baló, Dunstan Brown, Gabriela Caballero, Anna Maria Di Sciullo, Wolfgang U. Dressler, Roger Evans, Alice C. Harris, László Kálmán, Katharina Korecky-Kröll, Sabine Laaha, Laura E. Lettner, Maria Mitsiaki, Péter Rácz, Angela Ralli, Péter Rebrus, Alan okay. Scott, and Miklós Törkenczy.
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Extra resources for Current Issues in Morphological Theory: (Ir)regularity, Analogy and Frequency. Selected papers from the 14th International Morphology Meeting, Budapest, 13-16 May 2010
On the Expansion and Productivity of a Balkan Romance Conjugational Sub-Class”. Poster presentation at the First Oxford Workshop on Romance Verb Morphology, Oxford, August 2008. Eddington, David. 2006. “Paradigm Uniformity and Analogy: The Capitalistic versus M ilitaristic Debate”. 1–18. Goldberg, Adele E. 1999. “Construction Grammar”. Concise Encyclopedia of Grammatical Categories ed. by Keith Brown & Jim Miller, 91–99. Amsterdam: Elsevier. Goldberg, Adele E. 2006. Constructions at Work. Oxford: Oxford University Press.
Poster presentation at the First Oxford Workshop on Romance Verb Morphology, Oxford, August 2008. Eddington, David. 2006. “Paradigm Uniformity and Analogy: The Capitalistic versus M ilitaristic Debate”. 1–18. Goldberg, Adele E. 1999. “Construction Grammar”. Concise Encyclopedia of Grammatical Categories ed. by Keith Brown & Jim Miller, 91–99. Amsterdam: Elsevier. Goldberg, Adele E. 2006. Constructions at Work. Oxford: Oxford University Press. Márton András Baló Halwachs, Dieter W. 1998. Amaro vakeripe Roman hi – Unsere Sprache ist Roman: Texte, Glossar und Grammatik der burgenländischen Romani-Variante.
There are three types of examples when a vowel alternates with zero and/or occurs at a stem/affix boundary, yet it is not a linking vowel. These are illustrated in (3): (3) Non-linking vowels a. Stem-final vowels alternating with zero Suffixless Suffixed Glosses [be˜nc] [be˜nul] ‘paralyzed – become paralyzed’ [sø˜kε] [sø˜kyl] ‘blond – become blond’ b. Vowel/zero alternations that are not at stem-suffix boundaries Suffixless Suffixed Glosses [bokor] [bokruŋk] ‘bush – our bush’ [tykør] [tykryŋk] ‘mirror – our mirror’ c.