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LINGUIST List 16.2487

Fri Aug 26 2005

Qs: Passivazation in Indo-Aryan; Dyslexia & Syntax

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        1.    Soma Paul, Passivazation in Indo-Aryan Languages
        2.    Mai Kuha, Dyslexia and Learning Syntax

Message 1: Passivazation in Indo-Aryan Languages
Date: 25-Aug-2005
From: Soma Paul <somapaulsgmail.com>
Subject: Passivazation in Indo-Aryan Languages

Any reference of the works done on passivazation and passive construction
of Indo-Aryan languages?

Linguistic Field(s): Language Description
                            Linguistic Theories
Language Family(ies): Indo-Aryan

Message 2: Dyslexia and Learning Syntax
Date: 25-Aug-2005
From: Mai Kuha <mkuhabsu.edu>
Subject: Dyslexia and Learning Syntax

A dyslexic student is enrolled in my introductory English grammar course.
Are syntactic structures and linguists' ways of representing them more
difficult to interpret for someone in her situation? I would welcome any
guidance on how the student and I can best approach this semester's work.

Mai Kuha
Department of English
Ball State University
Muncie, Indiana

Linguistic Field(s): Neurolinguistics

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