LINGUIST List 11.890

Mon Apr 17 2000

Qs: IPA on the Internet, Rather Have/Of

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Message 1: IPA on the Internet

Date: Sun, 16 Apr 2000 18:53:34 -0600
From: Manfred Prokop <Manfred.Prokopualberta.ca>
Subject: IPA on the Internet

Colleagues,

any suggestions how phonetic/phoemic symbols can be rendered in HTML? I can
do Greek etc., but not IPA. Please respond to Manfred.Prokopualberta.ca.

Thanks!!!


MP



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Message 2: Rather Have/ Of

Date: Mon, 17 Apr 2000 12:52:37 -0500
From: damonj <damonjunk.edu>
Subject: Rather Have/ Of

I'm teaching a course in English grammar, and a problem construction has
come up that I'm not sure how to analyze. Are the following sentences
acceptable in your English? How would you account for them? Do you know of
any studies on the structure? Any help anyone can offer would be greatly
appreciated.

1. I would have rather of read it if it were written more like a story.

2. I might have rather have had yogurt.

3. I would have rather have gone.

4. We could have rather have analyzed another sentence.

5. The boys should have rather of played tennis.

John Damon
University of Nebraska at Kearney
damonjunk.edu
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