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In this paper the authors address morphology of English number in the cognitive perspective by showing how semantic changes originate in conceptual processes that exploit morphological forms of number to express a vast range of lexico-grammatical senses in the process of communication. In attempting to provide an account of this issue a cognitively-based theory of morphological representation is situated within a general context of cognitive linguistics. An account of morphological concept isdoi:10.7813/jll.2014/5-3/15 fatcat:ggduroufnzd5xc3hqetfgofnui