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LINGUIST List 16.3371

Wed Nov 23 2005

Qs: Double Accusative Marker; Collecting Proverbs

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        1.    Rho Hi, Double Accusative Marker
        2.    Rho Hi, Collecting Proverbs


Message 1: Double Accusative Marker
Date: 19-Nov-2005
From: Rho Hi <rho_hi_3514yahoo.com>
Subject: Double Accusative Marker


Dear Linguists,

Are you aware of any language in which a noun or noun phrase in accusative
case receives double markers, hence implying emphasis? Moreover, could you
provide me with a bibliography or literature review in this regard?

I am grateful for your cooperation and reply.

Regards,
Rho Hi

Linguistic Field(s): Pragmatics

Message 2: Collecting Proverbs
Date: 19-Nov-2005
From: Rho Hi <rho_hi_3514yahoo.com>
Subject: Collecting Proverbs


Dear Linguist,

I have started collecting proverbs of an unwritten language spoken in Iran.
I will be very grateful to anybody who might inform me of any material
(article, book, or monograph) giving expert advice on how to go about
collecting proverbs of an unwritten language.

Sincerely,
Rho Hi

Linguistic Field(s): Anthropological Linguistics



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