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n Lexikos - "Nonmorphological Derivations" and the four main English Learner's Dictionaries : lexiconotes

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Hierdie artikel bespreek die probleem van "niemorfologiese afleidings" in Engels en die uitwerking daarvan op die pedagogiese leksikografie, d.w.s. aanleerderswoordeboeke. Die term "niemorfologiese afleiding" verwys na gevalle soos en oor die algemeen na alle gevalle waar in plaas van of ter aanvulling van, natuurlike afleidingsprosesse () Engels dikwels ontlenings gebruik veral aan Romaanse bronne (Latyn / Frans) en aan Grieks. Die artikel doen aan die hand dat aanleerderswoordeboeke in sulke gevalle meer aktiewe leiding en bystand behoort te gee, gesien die feit dat baie van die vreemde aanleerders van linguistiese agtergronde sal wees waar ander, meer inheemse morfologiese prosesse meer algemeen is. 'n Bylae lys die belangrikste voorbeelde van sulke afleidings.

This article addresses the problem of "nonmorphological derivations" in English and its consequences for pedagogical lexicography, i.e. learner's dictionaries. The term "nonmorphological derivation" refers to cases such as and in general to all cases where instead of, or in addition to, native derivational processes () English frequently uses borrowings especially from Romanic sources (Latin / French) and from Greek. The paper suggests that for such cases learner's dictionaries should give more active guidance and support, in view of the fact that many foreign learners will be from linguistic backgrounds where different, more native morphological processes are more common. An appendix lists the major examples of such derivatives.

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2016-12-03
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