LINGUIST List 10.592

Sun Apr 25 1999

Qs: Hornstein, Language, Summer Courses

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  1. Ana Teresa Perez-Leroux, Hornstein's 'de se'
  2. barnhaj4769, Language
  3. Judith S. SLA summer courses

Message 1: Hornstein's 'de se'

Date: Sat, 24 Apr 1999 08:03:11 -0400
From: Ana Teresa Perez-Leroux <atp2psu.edu>
Subject: Hornstein's 'de se'
 

Dear colleagues, 

In Hornstein's recent LI article, he uses the term 'de se', in regards 
to a particular interpretation of infinitivals clauses with mental 
verbs. I believe that it refers to something like the contrast 
between the internal versus the external representation of a mental 
event, i.e., something like the difference between (1) & (2) 

(1)	I remember that I lent you the book,		[the fact] 
(2)	but I don't remember lending you the book.	[the internal 
memory of the event] 

I am not sure this is correct, and have not been able to find other 
printed references to the term 'de se'. I would appreciate 
clarification or corrections in regards to this term, and any 
references that may help. 

Many thanks, 
Ana Perez-Leroux
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Message 2: Language

Date: Fri, 23 Apr 1999 16:46:03 -0500 (CDT)
From: barnhaj4769 <barnhaj4769uni.edu>
Subject: Language
 

1) Does anyone know if the Tlingit language has lateral fricatives in 
its sound inventory? If so, does "tl" represent one of them 
orthographically? 

2) Is the Norwegian word "mal" (with one dot over the "a") 
etymologically related to the Hindi word "boli" (with a line over the 
"i")? They both mean tongue or language. 

Thanks!
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Message 3: SLA summer courses

Date: Sun, 25 Apr 1999 14:22:42 +0200
From: Judith S.
Subject: SLA summer courses
 

Dear colleagues, 

I'm looking for postgraduate courses or workshops in SLA during the 
summer, the more research orientated the better. I've seen the 
University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign is offering summer courses 
on SLA. If you know of any others, could you please let me know. 

Thanks 
Judy 

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