Tag: morphological-typology

10 How to distinguish a polysynthetic language from other languages? When is something a word? 2016-07-26T13:50:06.060

9 What are the alternate morphological typologies to isolating, agglutinative, fusional, polysyntehtic, etc.? 2011-11-28T14:06:38.620

8 Are there languages in which adverbs inflect? 2018-01-02T02:39:28.240

5 Citations for morpheme/word counts? 2012-05-15T09:06:07.857

5 TAM categories: Can they be predicted from their numbers (a language's TAM inventory size)? 2015-08-12T00:38:09.507

4 Where is Welsh on the analytic/synthetic spectrum? 2012-04-05T04:36:19.857

4 How many morphological cases does Portuguese have? 2012-05-05T17:14:10.057

4 Affix that makes nouns into verbs and verbs into nouns? 2013-01-26T01:02:33.777

4 Possible connection between PIE Ablaut and Semitic vowel alternation 2015-08-13T10:23:09.820

4 What are some of the most prefixing languages? 2017-04-17T22:08:24.597

3 How is "Writer/reader-responsible language" correlated with synthetic/analytic languages? 2014-09-09T07:51:08.203

3 Metric For Morphological Richness Across Languages 2017-02-08T00:59:33.310

2 Which prefixing language has the most speakers? 2013-05-15T02:48:59.523

2 What sort of morpheme is this suffix meaning ‘about'? 2014-07-02T05:19:02.863

2 What approaches exist to categorizing kinds of passive agent markers and what are their advantages? 2015-04-22T16:54:24.440

1 What is the distinction between agglutinative languages and polysynthetic ones? 2014-10-31T23:14:51.023

1 Distinguishing "Eskimo"/"Inuit" languages by the passive agent morpheme 2015-06-17T13:41:24.457

1 Is the idea of "simultaneity" in sign language as opposed to "linearity" in spoken language really tenable? 2015-08-09T23:05:19.387