LINGUIST List 10.1643

Sun Oct 31 1999

Qs: German Quantifiers, Internet Word-Formation

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  1. MAS, The German Quantifiers Manche and Einege
  2. x620504pub.online.xa.sn.cn, features of Internet word-formation

Message 1: The German Quantifiers Manche and Einege

Date: Sat, 30 Oct 1999 11:38:49 -0400
From: MAS <mshellenstudent.umass.edu>
Subject: The German Quantifiers Manche and Einege

I am trying to find information on the semantic diffrences between
Manche and Einege. Please reply if you know of any related work. 

Thank you,
Michael Shellenberger
University Masschusetts
mshellenstudent.umass.edu
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Message 2: features of Internet word-formation

Date: Sun, 31 Oct 1999 20:41:38 +0800
From: x620504pub.online.xa.sn.cn <x620504pub.online.xa.sn.cn>
Subject: features of Internet word-formation

1999/10/31
Dear all,
	When reading newspapers articles on cyberspace or about Internet, I
have frequently come across such new words as espeak, cyberspeak,
netspeak. Now I have a growing interest in the features of Internet word
formation . My questions are listed as follows:
	Q1. Is there a new branch of linguistics named netlinguistics or
cyberlinguistics? If so, then who first named it?
	Q2. How would linguistics comment on the features of Internet word
formation?
	Thanks in advance.
																	 Jing Ma
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