LINGUIST List 13.1333

Mon May 13 2002

FYI: Research Participants, ESSLI, Phonetics List

Editor for this issue: Karen Milligan <>


  2. Nadia Mana, ESSLLI2002: early registration deadline ---> 15 May !!!
  3. Karen S. Chung, New e-mail list: PHONETICS


Date: Mon, 06 May 2002 06:07:49 +0000
From: Khairul Sufi <>

Hello all! 

A well known Belgian research and consultancy company will be
conducting a language testing research project soon. Our aim is to
find as many people as we can to help fill out the language tests in 3
languages, English, French and Dutch. The tests (14 of them as
described by Bachman and Palmer in their publication LANGUAGE TESTING
IN PRACTICE) will assess language competencies.If you are interested
to participate in this research, please contact me at address
below. We will also provide you with results of your test(s).

Thank you. 
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Message 2: ESSLLI2002: early registration deadline ---> 15 May !!!

Date: Thu, 09 May 2002 23:49:12 +0200
From: Nadia Mana <>
Subject: ESSLLI2002: early registration deadline ---> 15 May !!!

 E S S L L I 2 0 0 2

14th European Summer School in Logic, Language and Information

 Trento, Italy
 5-16 August, 2002

 Co Organized by ITC-IRST,
 University of Trento and Opera Universitaria, 
 under the auspices of FoLLI


 The Early Registration Deadline

 15 May 2002

 is drawing near!!!!

 visit the ESSLLI web site (

 choose the courses according to your interests 

 and register you!!!

 ESSLLI2002 Local Organization Committee
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Message 3: New e-mail list: PHONETICS

Date: Sat, 11 May 2002 11:18:58 +0800
From: Karen S. Chung <>
Subject: New e-mail list: PHONETICS

 PHONETICS is a new, internationally-oriented e-mail discussion
list for anybody teaching, studying, or just interested in
phonetics. Although there is currently a "Teaching of Phonetics" list
(see, where you will find
some of the biggest names in the field, there was up till now no list
for general discussion of phonetics by *students*. PHONETICS hopes to
at least partly fill this need.

 Teachers of phonetics are encouraged to get their students to
subscribe to PHONETICS, so they can develop their interest in and
knowledge of phonetics outside of the classroom as well as
in. Teachers are invited to subscribe as well, so they can be around
to answer questions and guide the discussion when needed. PHONETICS
can also serve as a time-efficient resource to turn to for phonetic
information on specific languages - there are already people on the
list from many different countries encompassing five continents who
should be able to help with questions about their native languages and
other languages they know.

 To subscribe to PHONETICS, go to the subscription form at: or send a blank e-mail
to: More information on this list is
available at:

 You will need to wade through some advertising to complete your
registration with Topica (Topica provides their discussion list
services for *free*), but please do not be put off by it; it's a
one-time process. Hope to hear from you over PHONETICS soon!

 Karen Steffen Chung
 National Taiwan University

 Phonetics and more at:

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