LINGUIST List 13.2210

Tue Sep 3 2002

Qs: Corpus for Mac, Icelandic Raising Constructions

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  1. Christopher Hall, Corpus
  2. MAKITA Yuka, Qs: Icelandic Raising Constructions

Message 1: Corpus

Date: Tue, 3 Sep 2002 08:01:26 -0500
From: Christopher Hall <cjhallmac.com>
Subject: Corpus

Hello.

I'm planning a study of lexical development in third languages and need 
to have access to a list of translation equivalent verbs in Spanish, 
English, German, and French, with argument structure and 
subcategorisation frames tagged, and with frequency data. Does anybody 
know of a corpus with these characteristics that I could use with a Mac?

Thanks,

Chris Hall
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Dr. Christopher J. Hall
Profesor Titular de Linguistica/Professor of Linguistics
Departamento de Lenguas/Department of Languages
Universidad de las Americas-Puebla
Sta. Catarina Martir, Cholula
72820 Puebla, Mexico
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Message 2: Qs: Icelandic Raising Constructions

Date: Tue, 3 Sep 2002 22:14:04 +0900
From: MAKITA Yuka <makitaisc.chubu.ac.jp>
Subject: Qs: Icelandic Raising Constructions

Dear Linguists,

I'm MAKITA Yuka, Chubu University, Japan.
I'm interested in a comparative study of raising constructions. 
And, now, I'd like some native speakers of Icelandic to make 
grammatical judgement of some existential constructions. 
If you can help my work, please e-mail me <makitaisc.chubu.ac.jp>.
Thanks in advance,

Best wishes,

MAKITA Yuka
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