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LINGUIST List 17.1695

Mon Jun 05 2006

Qs: Concordance Programme for Windows; Locatives

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        1.    Heike Pichler, Concordance Programme for Windows
        2.    Kadri Kuram, Locatives

Message 1: Concordance Programme for Windows
Date: 05-Jun-2006
From: Heike Pichler <heike.pichlerabdn.ac.uk>
Subject: Concordance Programme for Windows

Dear linguists,

I was wondering if anybody could recommend a concordance programme for
spoken corpora that works on PCs (possibly one similar to the Concorder for
Mac)? One that's compatible with Goldvarb would be the best solution for me.
I'll place a summary of the suggestions on linguist-list.

Thanks in advance for your advice,

Centre for Linguistic Research, University of Aberdeen

Linguistic Field(s): Sociolinguistics

Message 2: Locatives
Date: 03-Jun-2006
From: Kadri Kuram <kadri_kuramyahoo.com>
Subject: Locatives

I've been studying locative modifiers for my master's thesis. There are two
specific aspects of locatives that I am interested in: restrictions on
order of locatives and locatives as predicate of small clauses. Yet I can't
find relevant studies. Thus I will welcome citations about these topics. My
subject language is Turkish, but I will also welcome other languages.
Thanks in advance to everyone who answers or not.

Linguistic Field(s): Syntax

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