LINGUIST List 12.3037

Tue Dec 4 2001

Qs: Ling & Ethnology, English Compound Nouns

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  1. Pilar Herranz, Eugene Nida: Linguistics and Etnology in Translation Problems
  2. Caroline Reul, noun compounds

Message 1: Eugene Nida: Linguistics and Etnology in Translation Problems

Date: Sun, 03 Dec 2000 19:29:29 +0100
From: Pilar Herranz <pi_hereuitto.upm.es>
Subject: Eugene Nida: Linguistics and Etnology in Translation Problems




Could anybody help me find the publishers as well as the year of
publication of the book entitled " Linguistics and Etnology in Translation
Problems?", by Eugene Nida?
Many thanks in advance, 

Pilar Herranz 
Department of Applied Linguistics
Madrid Polytecnic University
Spain
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Message 2: noun compounds

Date: Sun, 2 Dec 2001 16:42:09 +0100
From: Caroline Reul <z174wsfz.zgs.de>
Subject: noun compounds



I am looking for lists of English compound nouns for my masters thesis
on the structure of compounds. Though I am currently working on
creating my own list, I would like to supplement it with lists which
have already been compiled. I have found several mentions of such
lists on Internet postings but these are quite old and the ftp
addresses they refer to don't exist anymore. Could you point me
towards any new sources.

Thank you,

Caroline Reul
z174wsfz.zgs.de
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