LINGUIST List 10.1260

Mon Aug 30 1999

Qs: ISO Code, 3-D Diagram of Speech Apparatus

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  1. HOPPE Birgit, ISO language code
  2. Barry Yang, 3-D diagram of speech apparatus

Message 1: ISO language code

Date: Mon, 30 Aug 1999 11:09:07 +0000
From: HOPPE Birgit <hoppeuic.asso.fr>
Subject: ISO language code


Dear subsribers,

I am trying to find out for a colleague whether the ISO code for the 
representation of names of languages (ISO 639) has an entry for the language 
of the Roma gypsies. And if so, can anybody tell us which 2 (or 3) letters 
have to be used according to it? I don't know exactly how the language is 
called in English, the original name is Rom.

Thanks a lot for you help.
Please answer directly to my colleague at
georgeruic.asso.fr

Regards,
Birgit Hoppe

- 
International Union of Railways
Paris, France
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Message 2: 3-D diagram of speech apparatus

Date: Mon, 30 Aug 1999 20:50:00 +0800
From: Barry Yang <barryyngms12.hinet.net>
Subject: 3-D diagram of speech apparatus

Dear Listers,
Does anyone know of any web-site publishing "3-D diagram/photogram of speech
apparatus"? So far, my knowledge about the speech-related organs is from the
textbooks which present only 2-D diagram with vague quality. I am really
interested in how the vocal cords work when speaking. Better a 3-D virtual
reality which can take me deep into the amazement!

Barry Yang
Hsinchu, Taiwan
barryyngms12.hinet.net
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