LINGUIST List 11.363

Fri Feb 18 2000

Qs: Turkish/prosody, Italian Syllable Structure

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  1. Jordan Lachler, Turkish sentence prosody
  2. Christina Villafana, Italian Syllable Structure

Message 1: Turkish sentence prosody

Date: Fri, 18 Feb 2000 11:27:19 -0700
From: Jordan Lachler <lachlerunm.edu>
Subject: Turkish sentence prosody

Hi all,

I'm looking for references on Turkish sentence prosody, or for folks who
are working on that topic. Any help will be much appreciated!

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Jordan Lachler
University of New Mexico
lachlerunm.edu
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Message 2: Italian Syllable Structure

Date: Fri, 18 Feb 2000 16:57:47 -0500
From: Christina Villafana <cvillafanaoasistci.com>
Subject: Italian Syllable Structure


I am looking for information on Italian syllable structure,
specifically controversies regarding nuclear makeup (permissibility of
diphthongs) and geminates (parsing of first segment in coda of
syllable 1 or not). Any info on recent work in these areas would be
appreciated, and I'll post a summary of the responses.

Thank you,

Christina Villafana
cvillafanaoasistci.com
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