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Need to find English word conversion book



Date Submitted: 09-Sep-2010
From: Hyun Suk Min
Subject: Need to find English word conversion book
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Notice: Dear all linguists-

I'm a student majoring in linguistics in Korea. Now I'm interested in word conversion in English.

There is one book I would like to see, but cannot find: 'Zero derivation in English: A Cognitive Grammar Approach' written by Piotr Twardzisz in 1997. I've already searched on amazon.com and google, but can only find it on google books. As far as I can tell, there are some in stock at university libraries located in Germany.

Can anyone help me get the book online? Or, if there is a way to get the book in the U.S, I can ask my friend to get it.

Thank you very much in advance.