One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
- ‘English has alternative suffixations -al and -ial.’
- ‘The use of pseudowords in addition to real words allowed us to assess suffixation without support of lexical knowledge.’
- ‘As noted in the box, the suffixation of -ence to verbs terminating in -fer occasions a change in stress location (prefér:préference).’
- ‘But what is of particular interest here is that the suffixation of -ngurra to the verb of the second clause in has the effect of switching function, namely, from pivot to pivot in to non-pivot to pivot in.’
- ‘Let's try to curb our clever suffixations of the cosmopolitan ‘y.’’
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