LINGUIST List Daily Summary for Sun Mar 29 1998

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  9.481, Qs: Preverb, Unaccusative, "up", Teaching Ling

    1) From:     Edith A Moravcsik <edith at csd.uwm.edu>
       Subject:  collective and perfect
    2) From:     bingfu <bingfu at usc.edu>
       Subject:  Inventory of unaccusative verbs
    3) From:     radical <trikfish at chollian.dacom.co.kr>
       Subject:  "up"
    4) From:     WOMENinTEC <WOMENinTEC at aol.com>
       Subject:  Teaching Linguistics to High School Students

      http://linguistlist.org/issues/9/9-481.html

  9.482, Sum: SLA in "Amistad"

    1) From:     Dan Maxwell <100101.2276 at compuserve.com>
       Subject:  SLA in "Amistad"

      http://linguistlist.org/issues/9/9-482.html

  9.483, Disc: NLP and Syntax

    1) From:     "Philip A. Bralich, Ph.D." <bralich at hawaii.edu>
       Subject:  Re: 9.457, Disc: NLP and Syntax
    2) From:     Dan Maxwell <100101.2276 at compuserve.com>
       Subject:  NLP and Syntax

      http://linguistlist.org/issues/9/9-483.html

  9.484, Qs: Psycholing,Praeverbium,N. Am Dialects,Plurality

    1) From:     El-Kareh/Tharwat <aastf030 at aast.egnet.net>
       Subject:  Psycholinguistics Software
    2) From:     Domenico LEMBO <lembo at unina.it>
       Subject:  *Praeverbium* and "empty/full preverb" distinction
    3) From:     "Asad B. Sayeed" <cd020 at freenet.carleton.ca>
       Subject:  North American (Canadian and US) dialects
    4) From:     sanooch na-thalang <nathsv at yahoo.com>
       Subject:  Plurality in numeral classifier languages

      http://linguistlist.org/issues/9/9-484.html

  9.485, Disc: State of Comparative Linguistics

    1) From:     "Robert R. Ratcliffe" <ratcliff at fs.tufs.ac.jp>
       Subject:  Re: 9.453, Disc: State of Comparative Linguistics
    2) From:     manaster at umich.edu
       Subject:  Re: 9.381, Disc: State of Comparative Linguistics

      http://linguistlist.org/issues/9/9-485.html

  9.486, Calls: TwD'98, Comparative Slavic Morphosyntax

    1) From:     Patrick Olivier <plo at aber.ac.uk>
       Subject:  TwD'98 Call for Papers
    2) From:     George Fowler <gfowler at indiana.edu>
       Subject:  COMPARATIVE SLAVIC MORPHOSYNTAX

      http://linguistlist.org/issues/9/9-486.html

  9.487, Disc: State of Comparative Linguistics

    1) From:     MARK HUBEY <hubeyh at alpha.montclair.edu>
       Subject:  Re: 9.485, Disc: State of Comparative Linguistics
    2) From:     manaster at umich.edu
       Subject:  Re: 9.485, Disc: State of Comparative Linguistics

      http://linguistlist.org/issues/9/9-487.html



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