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Considerations on Verbs’ Morphological Adaptation at the End of the 18th Century and the Beginning of the 19th Century

Publication: Language and Literature – European Landmarks of Identity, 5 (1), p. 68
Publisher:Universitatea din Pitești
Abstract:The present paper focuses on the problems regarding the adaptation of the verb to the morphological system of the Romanian language at the end of the 18th century and the beginning of the 19th century. The lexical corpus is represented by the texts of science popularization elaborated by the Transylvanian scholars. The study reveals the conjugation fluctuation and the main categories of suffixes through which the neological verbs have been adapted to Romanian. Thus, verbs’ adaptation emphasizes the two phases of neologisms’ adaptation in Romanian, the old one, which is materialized in the usage of non-Romanic suffixes, and the new one, of a Romanic type.
Key words:conjugation, morphological adaptation, verbal suffixes
Language: English

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