This research will begin with the compounding as a method in which two different words are joined together to refer to one thing. For example, an earthquake is a compound made out of two words earth and quake, but it does not refer to two things, it refers to one object only. Blending this is quite akin to compounding, but is distinctly characterized by taking only parts of words and joining them. For example, motel which combines motor and hotel. Clipping this is cutting of long words. It is a very common practice in the English language. For example, the advertisement is shortened to the advert. Neologism or Coinage this is the creation of an entirely new word. This word formation process is often applied to new concepts, to fuse pre-existing concepts, or to make older expressions sound more current. Coinage is particularly useful in identifying inventions, new phenomena, or old ideas which have taken on a new cultural perspective. For example e-mail (The need for neologisms). Loanword or Borrowing this is taking a word from one language and incorporating it into another. The English language has included words from all over the world, France, Germany, Turkey etc. For example, café from French and yogurt from Turkish. Acronym or Initialisms this is a word formed from the initial letters of words in a phrase or a name in short abbreviations. For example, AIDS acquired immune deficiency syndrome.