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Word-formation in second language acquisition / Cornelia, Tschichold

Word-formation: an international handbook of the language of Europe, Volume: 3, Pages: 2137 - 2154

Swansea University Author: Cornelia, Tschichold

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This article explores the role of word-formation processes in the acquisition of a second-language lexicon and the relevant concepts from second language acquisition theory, among them the ‘word family’. The acquisition of word-formation knowledge influences the structure of a speaker’s mental lexic...

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Published: Berlin Mouton de Gruyter 2015
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