STRUCTURE AT THE LEXICAL LEVEL AND ITS IMPLICATIONS FOR TRANSFER GRAMMAR by

@inproceedings{Klima2009STRUCTUREAT,
  title={STRUCTURE AT THE LEXICAL LEVEL AND ITS IMPLICATIONS FOR TRANSFER GRAMMAR by},
  author={Edward S. Klima},
  year={2009}
}
IN the following discussion I shall present preliminary results from an investigation of structuring within the lexicon of a language. These results suggest that in certain areas of the lexicon lexical items must be characterized in terms of the presence or absence of specific recurring lexico-semantic components. Furthermore, there seems to be some promise that correspondence between lexical items of different languages may be reducible to mutual correspondence between their more discrete… CONTINUE READING

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