LINGUIST List 10.75

Mon Jan 18 1999

Qs: Onomatopea, Future/Polish, Lex/semantic feature

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  1. Vladimir Kushnerik, Sound-symbolism
  2. Monika Adamowicz, Expressing future/English and Polish
  3. Robert Kirchner, Lexical semantic features

Message 1: Sound-symbolism

Date: Mon, 18 Jan 1999 09:19:45 PST
From: Vladimir Kushnerik <kushnerikhotmail.com>
Subject: Sound-symbolism

	I'll be very grateful to everyone who shares information or references 
on the problem of sound-symbolism (bang, zip, click, etc.), 
sound-immitation and onomatopea in German, English literature and in 
Slavonic languages. 
	Thank you very much in advance,
					Vladimir Kushnerik.
Please correspond with me on the following address:
	kushnerikhotmail.com


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Message 2: Expressing future/English and Polish

Date: Mon, 18 Jan 1999 18:24:04 -0800
From: Monika Adamowicz <moniadamfriko7.onet.pl>
Subject: Expressing future/English and Polish

Hi! I am a student from Poland. I am writing my dissertation on the
subject
`WAYS OF EXPRESSING FUTURITY IN ENGLISH AND POLISH`. If you happen to
have any interesting materials I would be really greatful.

Monika

you can write to my e-mail address:
moniadamfriko7.onet.pl
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Message 3: Lexical semantic features

Date: Mon, 18 Jan 1999 11:51:31 -0800
From: Robert Kirchner <kirchnerHUMnet.UCLA.EDU>
Subject: Lexical semantic features

Can anyone direct me to previous work which has proposed or made use
of some (relatively comprehensive) set of lexical semantic features?
More generally, I'm interested in work which has addressed the problem
of representing the semantics of lexical items in a neural net.

Thank you,

Robert Kirchner, Ph.D.
Linguistics Dept.
UCLA 90095-1543
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