LINGUIST List 14.1994

Wed Jul 23 2003

Qs: Estuary English

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Message 1: Estuary English

Date: Sun, 20 Jul 2003 17:48:06 +0200
From: j.mercuryinteria.pl> <j.mercuryinteria.pl>
Subject: Estuary English


Dear Linguists,

I am looking for updated information concerning Estuary English . I
studied the material placed on the Internet by Professor John
C. Wells, but I have not found any information about the current
research and recent findings. Nor have I managed to find any
recordings of EE speakers.

Do you know:

1. where I could find the above information/recordings;
2. who is currently doing a research on EE and could share their
findings with me?

I will be very much obliged to gain access to any materials published
or unpublished but written after 2000.

I also wish to thank everyone who has already helped me.

Thank you in advance.

Yours sincerely,

Joanna Ryfa
j.mercuryinteria.pl
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