Word-formation in English by. Ingo Plag. Universität Siegen in press. Cambridge University Press. Series ‘Cambridge Textbooks in Linguistics’. Draft version of. Word-formation in English by Ingo Plag. Cambridge Textbooks in Linguistics. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. pages, 23 tables, 37 exercises. Providing an accessible introduction to the study of word-formation, this text focuses specifically on English. Assuming no prior linguistic knowledge, Ingo Plag.
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