LINGUIST List 14.3020

Wed Nov 5 2003

Qs: Russian Compounds; Cognate Word Lists

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  1. Sergio Scalise, russian compounds
  2. Amy Reff, cognates

Message 1: russian compounds

Date: Tue, 04 Nov 2003 08:03:53 +0000
From: Sergio Scalise <scaliselingue.unibo.it>
Subject: russian compounds

we would be grateful if somebody could give us some major references
about russian compounds. we are more interested in data than in
theories. as usual,, if we can get a reasonable amount of
information, we will post it to Linguist. 

many thanks Sergio Scalise

Subject-Language: Russian; Code: RUS 
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Message 2: cognates

Date: Wed, 05 Nov 2003 13:06:22 +0000
From: Amy Reff <areffessex.ac.uk>
Subject: cognates

I am doing research on word associations among L2 learners and would
like to find out if there are any lists/literature on cognates and
non-cognates (especially) between English and other languages
(especially Chinese, French, German and some other major
languages). Thanks!
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