Shkelqim Millaku


The generative compound words are all the words that are compounds from two or more words and both of them creative the new words with the new meaning. In this investigation, will be generated some compound words. They are mentioned in the keywords. In linguistics, a compound is a lexeme (less precisely, a word) that consists of more than one stem. Compounding or composition is the word-formation that creates compound lexemes (the other word-formation process being derivation). Compounding or word-compounding refers to the faculty and device of language to form new words by combining or putting together old words. In other words, compound, compounding or word-compounding occurs when a person attaches two or more words together to make them one word. The meanings of the words interrelate in such a way that a new meaning comes out which is very different from the meanings of the isolated original words.


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Shkelqim, M. The Function of Albanian and English Sentence, European Journal of English Language Teaching Available on-line at: Volume 2, Issue 3, 2017,

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Nominal clause as prepositional complement: This raises the question as to whether we should abandon the plan. Nominal clause with /that/ e.g. That she is still alive is a consolation. “The nominative absolute is almost a clause. It consists of a noun phrase with a partial predicate: He smoked briefly, his eyes following a pattern of concrete blocks in the school building: Shkelqim Millaku, The Function Of Noun Phrases Between Albanian And English, The 2016 WEI International Academic Conference Proceedings Vienna, Austria, Millaku.pdf


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