LINGUIST List 16.2725|
Thu Sep 22 2005
Qs: Sichuan Yi; Sentences with Non-finite Clauses
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Sentences with Non-finite Clauses in Head-driven Phrase Structure Grammar
Message 1: Sichuan Yi
From: Michael Wiggs <ceemikewyahoo.com>
Subject: Sichuan Yi
I'm looking for information on the phonology of Sichuan/liangshan Yi. I'm
specifically interested in the IPA of the language; is there an accepted
standard IPA or just individual interpretations?
I'm also looking for any digital recording files of the language that
someone could send to my computer.
I've been compiling a swadish list for this language and have run into
disagreements between sources on words usually a vs. ax or e vs. yi. if
anyone has an explaination for this I would be interested.
I'm really interested in this language and would just like to learn all I
can about it, in all fields not only phonology.
Message 2: Sentences with Non-finite Clauses in Head-driven Phrase Structure Grammar
From: Soma Paul <somaiiit.ac.in>
Subject: Sentences with Non-finite Clauses in Head-driven Phrase Structure Grammar
With references to the sentences having non-finite embedded clause as
Having eaten his lunch the boy left for the school
Can anyone inform me about the references in Head-Driven Phrase Structure
Grammar (or any other framework) that accounts for the above case?
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