LINGUIST List 10.1720

Thu Nov 11 1999

Qs: Phonetics/Ejectives, Sapir-Whorf Hypothesis

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  1. Johannes Reese, Phonetics/ Ejectives vs. Laryngealization
  2. Selcuk Basak, Sapir-Whorf Hypothesis

Message 1: Phonetics/ Ejectives vs. Laryngealization

Date: Tue, 09 Nov 1999 09:37:36 +0100
From: Johannes Reese <reesejuni-muenster.de>
Subject: Phonetics/ Ejectives vs. Laryngealization

Hi,

I have got a question on phonetics, about the difference between
laryngealized/creaky/stiff voice consonants (especially the latter) an
ejective stops. Can the ejective stops be regarded as a subset of
laryngealized/creaky/stiff voice consonants? If not, why not?

Regards,

Johannes Reese
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Message 2: Sapir-Whorf Hypothesis

Date: Wed, 10 Nov 1999 09:14:54 PST
From: Selcuk Basak <selcukbasakexcite.com>
Subject: Sapir-Whorf Hypothesis

Dear Sir or Madam,

I am a sophomore student at Hacettepe University, Turkey.
My department is English Language Teaching. I am preparing a project on
Sapir-Whorf Hypothesis, I have received all the information but the year or
period when it first appeared. I am urgently in need of that information. If
you can help me I will be very pleased.

Yours sincerely,
Sevil Altikulacoglu
selcukbasakmailexcite.com

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