LINGUIST List 12.1311

Sat May 12 2001

Qs: Inflectional V Morphemes, Syntactic Elaboration

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  1. Ilhan M. Cagri, languages with verbs in situ
  2. Guita Tehranchi, syntactic elaboration

Message 1: languages with verbs in situ

Date: Thu, 10 May 2001 16:29:11 -0400 (EDT)
From: Ilhan M. Cagri <ilhanwam.umd.edu>
Subject: languages with verbs in situ


I am looking for languages that may or may not have inflectional
verb morphemes where there seems to be evidence for little or no overt
verb movement. Any suggestions and references would be welcome.

-Ilhan Cagri
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Message 2: syntactic elaboration

Date: Wed, 09 May 2001 05:36:18 -0000
From: Guita Tehranchi <g_tehranchihotmail.com>
Subject: syntactic elaboration




Guita Tehranchi
Azad University
132 Valiasr Ansaari
Tehran Iran 13349

						May 8
Dear Colleagues,


During my research,I searched for better sources and more
specific information about "The effect of syntactic elaboration on
EFL reading comprehension", but without success. Now, I turn to you
for help with the following questions about my research topic.

1- Please explain with more specific details about "The effect of
syntactic elaboration on EFL reading comprehension" and how can we
produce a logical elaboration?

2- How can we produce "parenthetical paraphrases"?

3- What are differences between implicit and explicit reading in the
processes of modifying a text?

I appreciate any help you can give me.

Truly yours,

Guita Tehranchi
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