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A WORD AND ITS RELATIVES: DERIVATION IN ENGLISH AND ALBANIAN LANGUAGE

Veneranda Xhelili

Abstract


This study makes an effort to contrast word derivation in English and Albanian. English is a versatile and highly productive language. Because it is universal, it may incorporate new words and go through a variety of word formation processes to expand its lexicon. Derivation is one of several procedures for word development. The fundamental processes by which words are formed in the English and Albanian languages are quite similar. There are conversions for prefix, suffix, and affixes in the English language. Prefix, suffix, prefix-suffix, and non-affix derivations are all present in the Albanian language.

Keywords: word, word-formation, derivation, lexemes, conversion, etc.


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