LINGUIST List 13.2603

Thu Oct 10 2002

Qs: Spanish Morpheme Order, Indigenous Langs

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  1. Sonja L Launspach, Morpheme order in Spanish
  2. Blake Jason Boulerice, Indigenous Latin American language families

Message 1: Morpheme order in Spanish

Date: Wed, 9 Oct 2002 17:07:48 -0600 (MDT)
From: Sonja L Launspach <sllaunsisu.edu>
Subject: Morpheme order in Spanish

I have a student who wants to test the natural order of morpheme
acquisition in L2 learners. He teaches Spanish. The only acquisition
lists for morphemes we can find are for English. I'm wondering if
there is a source that would give us an equivalent list for Spanish?

Thanks

Sonja Launspach

_______________________________________________________________________
Sonja Launspach
Assistant Professor Linguistics
Dept. of English & Philosophy
Idaho State University
Pocatello, ID 83209
208-282-2478
fax:208-282-4472
email: sllaunsisu.edu
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Message 2: Indigenous Latin American language families

Date: Thu, 10 Oct 2002 11:33:10 +0000
From: Blake Jason Boulerice <boulericfas.harvard.edu>
Subject: Indigenous Latin American language families

I'm an undergraduate considering thesis work on the Uto-Aztecan or
Carib language families, and I was wondering if anybody knew whether
or not any significant historical reconstruction work has been done in
those area. Please contact me at boulericfas.harvard.edu if you have
any relevant information!

Thanks!
- Blake 
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