Álgebra Lineal by Stephen H. Friedberg, Arnold J. Insel, Lawrence E. Spence

By Stephen H. Friedberg, Arnold J. Insel, Lawrence E. Spence

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Which of those are compounds? 2, even this notion is not as straightforward as it looks. Speakers would also agree that while ojal 'buttonhole' contains a stem oj- as one of its components, -al is not an independent word of Spanish, so ojal is not a compound either. If they recognize -al in words such as puiial 'dagger' (< puno 'fist' + -al) and dedal 'thimble; (< dedo 'finger' + -al), they will classify ojal as derived by the same pattern. They will probably fail to find ojo 'eye' in abrojo 'star thistle' unless they chance upon the word's etymology - from Lat.

The girls continue-3 PL PRES going to the movies'. d. *Las chicas fue al cine. 'The girls go-3 sa PRET to the movies'. e. *Las chicas va al cine. 'The girls go- 3 sa PRET to the movies'. l cine. 'The girls continue-1 SG PRES going to the movies'. In the following section, the lexical/functional split is redefined in terms of features internal to the system, instead of as a general classification used to sort items in the lexicon. This may seem like a small distinction, but it is not: it allows for a clearer delineation of the types of constituents possible inside compounds.

Their status will depend on the semantic and structural criteria used to define compounds. This section discusses in detail the problem of defining compounding. This is followed by a presentation of some preliminary notions to be used throughout the study and a description of the structural properties of compounds. Finally, the chapter goes over various complex structures that are excluded from consideration, either because they do not fit the definition of compounding or exhibit special characteristics.

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