The English Noun - Loans Gender Adjustment to the Romanian Morphological System
Most English loans are nouns and their morphological adaptation is achieved in the sense required by the inflected organization of Romanian language; In some cases, the adopted forms of assimilation also depend on the peculiarities of the grammatical structure of the language of origin. The classification and assimilation of English nouns by Romanian raise issues concerning gender and number categories. Lack of gender differences in the flexion is the characteristic that makes the classification of English in Romanian rather difficult.
Volume (Year): 5 (2013)
Issue (Month): 3 (September)
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