LINGUIST List 10.1387

Wed Sep 22 1999

Qs: Implicature/Russian,Semantics:"to eat"/"manger"

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  1. Xu Hancheng, Implicature in Russian language
  2. manseri, References for Semantic Field of "to eat" or "manger"

Message 1: Implicature in Russian language

Date: Fri, 17 Sep 1999 12:00:25 +0800
From: Xu Hancheng <hanch-xujlonline.com>
Subject: Implicature in Russian language



Dear linguistist:
 I'm working on the issue of Implicature in Russian language. The
problem of Implicature was raised by H. P. Grice in his Logic and
Conversation. I'm hungry for information about:

 1. Newsgroups, listserves, WWW and any other internet sources
concern Russian linguistics; 
 2.Bibliographies, or papers, monogrphs contributing to Implicature
issue.
 3. Any other suggestions.
 Best regards.
 
 Mail to: hanch-xujlonline.com

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Message 2: References for Semantic Field of "to eat" or "manger"

Date: Mon, 20 Sep 1999 21:46:28 +0200
From: manseri <ourida.manserifnac.net>
Subject: References for Semantic Field of "to eat" or "manger"

Dear linguists,
I'm looking for data on the semantic field of "to eat" or "manger" in
these two European and in two Afroasiatic languages Berber and Arabic
(classsical and dialectal). I would be thankful if anyone can give me
some bibliographical elements, and I will give a summary if there is 
enough data.
Thank you in advance.
Ourida
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