LINGUIST List 16.963

Wed Mar 30 2005

Qs: Pauses in German; Slips of the Tongue

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        1.    Kristy Beers F├Ągersten, Pauses in German
        2.    Alison Cowlin, Slips of the Tongue

Message 1: Pauses in German

Date: 29-Mar-2005
From: Kristy Beers F├Ągersten <>
Subject: Pauses in German

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I am looking for research on PAUSES in the (spontaneous, elicited or
planned) speech of native or non-native German speakers!

Linguistic Field(s): Discourse Analysis

Subject Language(s): German, Standard (GER)

Message 2: Slips of the Tongue

Date: 29-Mar-2005
From: Alison Cowlin <>
Subject: Slips of the Tongue

I am carrying out a study on slips of the tongue in tongue twisters and
spontaneous speech. Is there any useful up-to-date literatue on this subject?

Linguistic Field(s): Discourse Analysis

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