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1. Conversion as a basic way of word-formation. The Criteria of Derivation.

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1. The Criteria of English Compounds .

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1. The Classification of English Compounds.

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1. Shortening as a basic way of word-formation. Blends.

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1. The Notion of Meaning. Two Approaches to the study of meaning. The Structure of word-meaning.

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1. The Causes, Nature and Results of Semantic Change.

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1. Polysemy. Polysemy and Context.

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1. Homonymy. The Sources of Homonymy. Classification of Homonyms.

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1. Homonymy. The Differentiation between Homonymy and Polysemy.

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1. Synonyms. The definition of Synonyms. Synonymic sets. The Notion of Synonymic Dominant. The Synonymic Dominant and the Generic Term.

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