Construction Morphology

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Construction morphology (CM) or construction-dependent morphology is a morphological theory aimed at a better understanding of the grammar of words, as well as the relation between syntax, morphology, and the lexicon. It was introduced by Geert Booij in 2000s.[1]


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  • Geert Booij, Construction Morphology. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2010