The article is devoted to the hybrid word formation of the German verbs according to the “German prefix + borrowed stem” model. The issues of hybrid word formation in the German language have received wide coverage in domestic and foreign scientific literature. At the same time, the ability of the German prefixes to connect with borrowed verbal stems, primarily borrowed from French and English, remains out of the field of researchers’ view. The paper analyses what German prefixes are involved in the hybrid word formation of verbs: these are 4 prefixes ent-, miss-, ver-, zer-, the most frequent is ver-. In addition, unlike other prefixes, it embodies not one but several meanings. These prefixes are combined with the stems that have passed through the first stage of assimilation - the grammatical one. The functioning of hybrid verbs confirms the assumption of the partially autonomous system of hybrid word formation in modern German.
|Translated title of the contribution||HYBRID PREFIXATION OF VERBS IN THE MODERN GERMAN LANGUAGE|
|Journal||ФИЛОЛОГИЧЕСКИЕ НАУКИ. ВОПРОСЫ ТЕОРИИ И ПРАКТИКИ|
|Issue number||11-1 (107)|
|Publication status||Published - Nov 2018|