LINGUIST List 10.1064

Tue Jul 13 1999

Qs: Creole, Binding Theory, Phonetic Symbol

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  1. Paula Prescod, Creole
  2. Barry Yang, Governing category in Binding theory
  3. Marc Fryd, phonetic nasalisation symbol

Message 1: Creole

Date: Sat, 10 Jan 1998 20:48:50 -0800
From: Paula Prescod <paulacaribsurf.com>
Subject: Creole

Sir,
Do you have any reference on the influence of native language creole
(English based) on the learning of foreign languages (French)
Thanking you kindly
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Message 2: Governing category in Binding theory

Date: Sun, 11 Jul 1999 20:54:51 +0800
From: Barry Yang <barryyngms12.hinet.net>
Subject: Governing category in Binding theory

Dear Listers:

I find myself trapped in determing the governing catergory when studying the
Binding theory. Although the textbook Introduction to Government and Binding
Theory (Haegeman, 1994) provides vivid descriptions on how to find governors
and accessible subject/SUBJECTs to bracket the binding domain, I am still
quite puzzled. Can anyone of you suggest any other easy-to-follow reference
books?

Barry Yang
Hsinchu, Taiwan
barryyngms12.hinet.net
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Message 3: phonetic nasalisation symbol

Date: Sun, 11 Jul 1999 19:25:43 +0200
From: Marc Fryd <Marc.Frydmshs.univ-poitiers.fr>
Subject: phonetic nasalisation symbol

HI,
Can anyone think of a freeware phonetic font for Windows with a
nasalisation symbol? I was planning to use IPAPhon but cannot seem to find
the tilde anywhere. Or am I in need of a new pair of specs?
Best,
Marc 
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