A theory of conversion in English

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P. Lang, 1996 - Language Arts & Disciplines - 155 pages
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The book provides a comprehensive theory of conversion in English based on the onomasiological method of word-formation research, and on a theory of linguistic signs. The manuscript presents extensive arguments for rejecting the zero-morpheme theory. Its

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Contents

Introduction
11
Overview
15
Conversion and zero morpheme
23
Copyright

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