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LINGUIST List 17.1953

Tue Jul 04 2006

Qs: Comrie in 'Linguistica Silesiana'; Celtic Substrate in Lallans

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        1.    Giorgio Lemmolo, Comrie's Paper in 'Linguistica Silesiana'
        2.    Harry Amphlett, Celtic Substrate in Lallans


Message 1: Comrie's Paper in 'Linguistica Silesiana'
Date: 03-Jul-2006
From: Giorgio Lemmolo <giorgio.iemmologmail.com>
Subject: Comrie's Paper in 'Linguistica Silesiana'


Hi!

I'm an Italian student from University of Pavia: I'm looking for this paper
by Bernard Comrie, unavailable in Italy.

Comrie Bernard 1979 ''Definite and animate direct objects: a natural
class'' in Linguistica Silesiana 3: 13-31.

If someone has this paper, please contact me.

With regards

Giorgio Iemmolo

Linguistic Field(s): Typology

Message 2: Celtic Substrate in Lallans
Date: 03-Jul-2006
From: Harry Amphlett <harrycpt.co.uk>
Subject: Celtic Substrate in Lallans


Are there any publications on the subject of celtic substrate effects on
lallans or lowlands scots?

Whlst there is much debate on the number of celtic substrate effects on
English, there doesn't seem to be much on lallans where, one would expect,
there would be many more.

Linguistic Field(s): Historical Linguistics
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