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LINGUIST List 16.2833

Sun Oct 02 2005

Qs: Linguistics of Translation; !Xu Sound System

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        1.    Richard Cameron, Linguistics of Translation
        2.    Adelaide Silva, !Xu Sound System


Message 1: Linguistics of Translation
Date: 30-Sep-2005
From: Richard Cameron <rcameronuic.edu>
Subject: Linguistics of Translation


Does anyone know of courses, articles, or books in which translation as a
topic in linguistics is explored? I ask as we are thinking of developing a
course of Translation (Spanish / English) which involves Linguistics in
some fashion. The course would be for undergraduates. I will post responses
on Linguist List, si me llegan, you know.

Thanks.

Linguistic Field(s): Translation

Message 2: !Xu Sound System
Date: 30-Sep-2005
From: Adelaide Silva <adelaidehpsilvauol.com.br>
Subject: !Xu Sound System


Does anybody know about the sound system in !Xu, I mean, how many sounds
are there in that language? I was noticed that this is probably the
language with the biggest sound inventory. Besides, it seems that !Xu has
the biggest phoneme inventory. Is it true? If so, what are the sounds and
the phonemes of !Xu? I would appreciate if someone can tell me something,
or even relate to some references where I can find this response. After
receiving the answers, I summarize them and post it to Linguist, so that
you can also know about !Xu sound system!

Linguistic Field(s): Phonetics
                            Phonology



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