LINGUIST List 11.2571

Wed Nov 29 2000

Qs: Regional Dialects, Gen Phonology Texts/Spanish

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  1. Lauren Gibson, Regional Dialects
  2. Jebbour Abdelkrim, Generative phonology handbooks in Spanish.

Message 1: Regional Dialects

Date: Mon, 27 Nov 2000 20:22:51 -0800
From: Lauren Gibson <l.gibsonlycos.com>
Subject: Regional Dialects

The survey I am doing is for a research paper on Regional
Dialects. The survey lists 15 descriptions of words, what I need you
to do is give me the word(s) that you use for what is being
described. Along with that I will need to know where you are from so
that I can determine if there is a correlation between where you live
and the words you use for the different things. Thank you so much for
your time! If you are interested please e-mail me at
l.gibsonlycos.com

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Message 2: Generative phonology handbooks in Spanish.

Date: Tue, 28 Nov 2000 03:31:59 -0800 (PST)
From: Jebbour Abdelkrim <jebbouryahoo.com>
Subject: Generative phonology handbooks in Spanish.

Dear all,

 I teach generative phonology to beginners at the
department of French. As primary references we usually
use handbooks such DELL (1973), Kenstowicz and
Kisseberth (1979, 1980), Schane (1973), Kenstowicz
(1995).
 Unfortunately some of my students do not read
English and they would like to know if there are such
books in Spanish.
 Does anybody know if such books exist?
 Thank you



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Abdelkrim Jebbour
Professeur
D�partement de fran�ais
Facult� des Lettres - K�nitra - Maroc
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