Noun incorporation in English
The article discusses noun incorporation in English — that is, expressions which include a noun in the verbal constituent of an utterance, as in It’s time to legacy build contrasted with It’s time to build a legacy. It concludes that noun incorporation is well established in present-day English, that it has many functions, that it is used productively as an alternative to other constructions, and under definable constraints.
Published online: 06 September 2013
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