13.1027, Qs: Prosody/Portugese, Error Analysis/Phonology

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LINGUIST List:  Vol-13-1027. Sun Apr 14 2002. ISSN: 1068-4875.

Subject: 13.1027, Qs: Prosody/Portugese, Error Analysis/Phonology

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1)
Date:  Fri, 12 Apr 2002 21:51:57 +0000
From:  "stu dent" <student__00 at hotmail.com>
Subject:  topic-comment and their relationship to prosody in Portuguese.

2)
Date:  Sat, 13 Apr 2002 12:48:06 -0400
From:  antonio <antonio.sposato at UNI-BIELEFELD.DE>
Subject:  error analysis (phonology)

-------------------------------- Message 1 -------------------------------

Date:  Fri, 12 Apr 2002 21:51:57 +0000
From:  "stu dent" <student__00 at hotmail.com>
Subject:  topic-comment and their relationship to prosody in Portuguese.

Dear all,

I am a grad student in NY state trying hard to find information for an
upcoming paper in an Intonational phonology (prosody) Course offered
in French [to date I have studied Ladd (1999) and Rossi (1978-1999)].
Since Portuguese is my first language, the prof suggested I look at
"thème-propos" ("topic-comment") in Portuguese and what effect prosody
had on that structure.

The LLBA and MLA research I have done has led me to many articles on
Mandarin and Arabic but nothing specific to Portuguese.  The relevant
citations I have found are in articles/journals I cannot
access...alas! (Estudos Linguisticos 1999, etc.)

I was, therefore, wondering if anyone out there could help shed some
light on this matter for me.  I would greatly appreciate any help I
can get.

Cheers,
Greg



-------------------------------- Message 2 -------------------------------

Date:  Sat, 13 Apr 2002 12:48:06 -0400
From:  antonio <antonio.sposato at UNI-BIELEFELD.DE>
Subject:  error analysis (phonology)

I'm an italian student of English at the "Universitaet Bielefeld"
(Germany).  I am writing a paper about error analysis (with regard to
phonology) related to adult students of English.  I already collected
some material about this issue, but need your help in finding
a specific bibliography (or web-sites) about adult (exclusively) L2
acquisition, especially about the treatment of phonologic errors that
adult may make when pronouncing English words.

Thanks in advance.

best regards
Antonio Sposato

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