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Necessary conditions for a morphological relationship

The aim of this blog post is to establish sufficiency conditions for the subconscious establishment of a morphological relationship in a speaker’s lexicon. Ford & Singh (2003) state that “morphology is the study of formal relationships between words”. The word … Continue reading

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Codes of spoken communication

Nearly all studies in linguistics break down human speech into thousands of individual “languages”. This blog post investigates this statement, adopting the style of a stream of consciousness, while making little to no attempt to justify its claims or conclusions. … Continue reading

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