LINGUIST List 14.3203

Fri Nov 21 2003

Qs: Modern Hebrew; Arabic/English Compounding

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  1. Dana Purdy, Survey of generational change in Modern Hebrew
  2. Garry, compounding

Message 1: Survey of generational change in Modern Hebrew

Date: Thu, 20 Nov 2003 01:00:58 -0500 (EST)
From: Dana Purdy <dcpurdyuwm.edu>
Subject: Survey of generational change in Modern Hebrew

Would both native and nonnative speakers of Modern Hebrew please take
a moment to participate in a brief on line survey regarding
generational change in Modern Hebrew. The survey can be found at
http://survey.net.nz. Please click on the survey entitled, ''Survey of
generational change in Modern Hebrew'' Thank you.
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Message 2: compounding

Date: Thu, 20 Nov 2003 08:31:33 -0000
From: Garry <garrysharkntlworld.com>
Subject: compounding

Hi there,

I am researching Arabic L1/ English L2 compounding . Do you know any
previous researchers that have touched on this subject?

Thanks
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