LINGUIST List 13.1599

Tue Jun 4 2002

Qs: EFL & "Shadowing", Quechua/Body Parts

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  1. Yuichi Todaka, "Shadwoing" & EFL
  2. Wiltrud Mihatsch, Quechua/body parts

Message 1: "Shadwoing" & EFL

Date: Mon, 3 Jun 2002 09:34:17 +0900
From: Yuichi Todaka <todakamiyazaki-mu.ac.jp>
Subject: "Shadwoing" & EFL

Dear linguists,

I've been examing the efficacy of 'Shadowing' in improving EFL
learners' English listening comprehenshion and speaking skills.

If anyone knows of the latest articles on the topic, I'd greatly
appreciate your help.


Yuichi Todaka
Miyazaki Municipal University
Japan
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Message 2: Quechua/body parts

Date: Mon, 03 Jun 2002 15:13:02 +0200
From: Wiltrud Mihatsch <wiltrud.mihatschuni-tuebingen.de>
Subject: Quechua/body parts



Dear native speakers of Quechua,

 We are doing research in the domain of body part lexemes in a
large sample of languages and we are currently collecting data in
Quechua dictionaries, both Cuzco Quechua and Highland Quichua
(Chimborazo, Ecuador). (For further information on our project, see
http://www.sfb441.uni-tuebingen.de/b6/index-engl.html). Since the
word lists and dictionaries give us quite inconsistent information (in
some cases, none), we urgently need advice from Quechua speakers who
can help us with their knowledge. Could you please give me the most
common unmarked words for "eyebrow", "eyelid", "eyelash", "pupil",
"nostril", "cheek", "jaw" and "temple"?

I look forward to hearing from you,

 Wiltrud Mihatsch

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