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Query Subject:   Suppletion Cross-linguistically
Author:   Piers Kelly
Submitter Email:  click here to access email

Linguistic LingField(s):  Typology

Query:   Hi Linguists,
I'm working on a Philippine auxiliary language that has bucketloads of
suppleted forms. In other words, I'm dealing with words where the
morphology is not explicit, as in English 'go' -> 'went' and Russian.

I would like to know if you can tell me of other languages that have a high
degree of this kind of implicit morphology. And is there a way of
quantifying suppletion in a language?

Many thanks,
Piers
LL Issue: 23.1116
Date posted: 06-Mar-2012



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