LINGUIST List 12.1017

Wed Apr 11 2001

Qs: Basque P Participles, Korean Frequency List

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  1. Sandra Paoli, Basque native speakers
  2. Valerie Ventureyra, Korean word frequency dictionary

Message 1: Basque native speakers

Date: Tue, 10 Apr 2001 11:21:50 -0000
From: Sandra Paoli <sp10119hotmail.com>
Subject: Basque native speakers

Dear Linguist list members,
I am currently comparing some Romance data on past participle agreement and 
would be extremely grateful if some Basque native speakers could help me. 
They would need to translate some sentences into Basque and then say if the 
variants I suggest are possible.
It shouldn't take long, promise! Thank you.
Please reply to
Sandra Paoli
sp10119hotmail.com
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Message 2: Korean word frequency dictionary

Date: Tue, 10 Apr 2001 14:01:18 +0200
From: Valerie Ventureyra <valvenlscp.ehess.fr>
Subject: Korean word frequency dictionary

I am in search of a Korean word frequency dictionary available
online. Does this exist at all? Something specialized in children's
acquisition of Korean vocabulary would also be helpful. 

Valerie Ventureyra
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