Is one of the most productive ways of word-building throughout the history of English. It consists in adding an affix to the stem of a definite part of speech. Affixation is divided into suffixation and prefixation icon

Is one of the most productive ways of word-building throughout the history of English. It consists in adding an affix to the stem of a definite part of speech. Affixation is divided into suffixation and prefixation



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Is one of the most productive ways of word-building throughout the history of English. It consists in adding an affix to the stem of a definite part of speech. Affixation is divided into suffixation and prefixation
After Webster’s death (1843), the rights were purchased by George and Charles Merriam, and later editions have appeared under the name of Merriam-Webster. A revision in 1847 was edited by Webster’s son-in-law, Chauncey A
Antonymic adverbs can be subdivided into 2 groups
We shall distinguish three stages in the aging process of words: The beginning of the aging process when the word becomes rarely used. Such words are called obsolescent, I e
Compounds may be classified according to the part of speech they belonged to- compound noun, compound adjectives, compound verbs, adverbs, numerals
Compound words are words consisting of at least to simple stems which appear in the language as 3 forms
Conversion is one of the most productive ways of modern English word building. C
It is with linguistic dictionaries that lexicology is connected
C native proper: must,may, girl, boy, you, he, five, shall/will
The treatment of words in lexicology cannot be divorced from the study of all the other elements in the language system to which words belong
E g. bank, n a shore
Word the basic unit of language, a minimum meaningful free form. It is a two faced unity of form (phonetic, graphic) and content (meaning)
In dictionaries it is generally defined as ' a new word or a new meaning for an established word
1 compounds consisting of simple stems: film-star
Thought or Reference
There is one standard literary English Received Standard English that is characterized by the Received Pronunciation (RP), but there are also several regional and social dialects
Father (neutral) daddy (colloq.) male parent / ancestor (formal)
Stylistic are words different in stylistic characteristics
Alphabetic classification one of the earliest and most obvious non-semantic grouping is the alphabetical organization of the word-stock, which is represented in most dictionaries
Gradation is a widely spread phenomenon in English, it can appear both in grammar and lexicology. It consists in the change of the root vowels or consonants, or both
Shortening is a morphological word building(w-b) in which a part of original word is taken away (tele- television). This type of w-b is old enough, we can find the examples of shortening in Shakespeare’s words
The term lexicology is of Greek origin, from "lexis" word and "logos" science. It is a part of linguistics which deals with a vocabulary of the language and characteristic feature of words and word groups
Though at 1st glance a word seems simple actually it is a very complicated phenomenon. To begin with it has 3 essential elements: *the sounding *the meaning *the grammatical form
Classification of semantic changes is universally accepted and is considered traditional




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