LINGUIST List 11.464

Sat Mar 4 2000

Qs: Dyslexia in Arabic,Anaphoric and Deictic Forms

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  1. James Dickins, Dyslexia in Arabic
  2. Milos Karapandzic, Anaphoric and Deictic Forms in Email

Message 1: Dyslexia in Arabic

Date: Tue, 29 Feb 2000 14:24:28 +0000 (GMT)
From: James Dickins <James.Dickinsdurham.ac.uk>
Subject: Dyslexia in Arabic

Does anyone know of work which has been done on dyslexia in Arabic? We
would be very grateful for any possible leads.

Thanks,

Janet Watson and James Dickins
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Message 2: Anaphoric and Deictic Forms in Email

Date: Thu, 03 Feb 2000 22:44:25 +0000
From: Milos Karapandzic <mk296cam.ac.uk>
Subject: Anaphoric and Deictic Forms in Email

Hello all,

I'm looking for some references on the use of 

 ANAPHORIC AND DEICTIC FORMS IN PERSONAL 
		 E-MAILS

I would also be very grateful for any suggestions on the most suitable
ways to gather representative samples of emails for research since this
is a sensitive issue when it comes to personal emails. Even better, If
you know of any email corpora resources out there, please get in contact
with me as soon as possible!

You can contact me at this email address:

mk296cam.ac.uk

Thanks very much,

Milos
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