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This paper investigates the capacities of Turkish learners of Greek to form one-word compounds. Using an off-line experimental task we tested the mechanisms involved in the formation of existing and novel compounds in Greek. The results revealed that Turkish learners of Greek draw from the same pool of repair mechanisms as native speakers do in order to form compounds. The findings further highlighted that word formation accuracy is attributed to the level of language proficiency as well as thedoi:10.26262/istal.v19i0.5523 fatcat:o7q32fbyzzeftk6qchyvthttme