LINGUIST List 12.4

Sun Jan 7 2001

Qs: SLA/Phrasal Stress, Frequency/Russian Words

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  1. zakery mahbobeh, SLA and Phrasal Stress
  2. Melissa Gygi, russian words regarding frequency usage

Message 1: SLA and Phrasal Stress

Date: 26 Dec 2000 02:04:20 -0000
From: zakery mahbobeh <mzakeryyahoo.com>
Subject: SLA and Phrasal Stress


	
	Dear Linguists,
	
	 I am an MA student who intend to conduct a
	research on the possible effects of second-language
	leaners' meta-linguistic awareness on their oral
	performance with specific reference to "Phrasal
	Stress".
	 I am specially interested to see if such an
	awareness devloped through such approaches as Metrical
	Phonology or language exposure has any positive
	effects on their oral performance. If you know of any
	relevant studies or sources, please write to me at
	mzakeryyahoo.com
	
	 
	 Yours Sincerely
	 
	 Mahboubeh Zakery
	

	
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Message 2: russian words regarding frequency usage

Date: Tue, 2 Jan 2001 14:21:25 -0800 (PST)
From: Melissa Gygi <m_gygiyahoo.com>
Subject: russian words regarding frequency usage


Can anyone direct me to literature on the subject of
frequency order of russian words? I've come across
Nicholas J. Brown's Russian Learner's Dictionary of
the top 10,000 most frequently used russian words. Is
this online (in russian or english characters)? Is
there another russian frequency book that is currently
online that I could download?

best,
Melissa Gygi
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