LINGUIST List 11.2313

Wed Oct 25 2000

Qs: Bahasa Indonesia,Relativization by Deletion

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  1. Ninik Poedjianto, References on Bahasa Indonesia
  2. William J. Crawford, Relativization by Deletion

Message 1: References on Bahasa Indonesia

Date: Wed, 25 Oct 2000 09:26:34 +0100 (BST)
From: Ninik Poedjianto <npoedjiantoyahoo.co.uk>
Subject: References on Bahasa Indonesia

Dear linguists,

I am a postgraduate student conducting a research on
the speech perception and the speech production of
Indonesian native speakers when learning English as a
foreign language.

As a part of my study, I am interested in finding out
references on things as follows:

1. the position of Bahasa Indonesia (BI) among other
regional languages (e.g. national language,
first/second language, any native BI speakers),
2. the 'standard' pronunciation of BI or the type of
spoken BI which is regarded as standard,
3. the phonetic descriptions of vowels and consonants
in BI, and
4. any previous language acquisition studies on
Indonesian speakers learning English as a foreign
language.

I shall be delighted to provide a summary of
responses.

Thank you in anticipation of your kind assistance. I
look forward to receiving your responses soon.

Yours sincerely,

Ninik

*****

Ninik Poedjianto
Department of English Language
University of Glasgow
12 University Gardens
Glasgow G12 8QQ
UNITED KINGDOM


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Message 2: Relativization by Deletion

Date: Wed, 25 Oct 2000 16:12:33 -0700
From: William J. Crawford <wcrawforfacstaff.wisc.edu>
Subject: Relativization by Deletion

Does anyone know of a syntactic treatment of relativization in 
English that uses a deletion, and not a movement, operation?

I have Jane Grimshaw's 1975 paper "Evidence for relativization in 
Chaucerian Middle English" but that is all I can find.

Your help is appreciated.
- 
William J. Crawford
University of Wisconsin-Madsion
Dept. of English
5116 H.C. White Hall
Madison, WI. 53706
wcrawforfacstaff.wisc.edu
(608) 263-3780
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