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LINGUIST List 17.3658

Mon Dec 11 2006

Qs: English Vowels/ Research Project

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        1.    issa razaq, Phonetics and Phonology: English Vowels
        2.    Tuyet Truong, Research Project


Message 1: Phonetics and Phonology: English Vowels
Date: 10-Dec-2006
From: issa razaq <issarazaqyahoo.com>
Subject: Phonetics and Phonology: English Vowels


I am having a problem understanding the phonetic and phonological
differences between properties of English vowels and, assuming there are
differences, what use are they? Also, where does vowel length fall in this
distinction?

In almost every paper or article, the topic seems to be slippery. I could
not find any source talking about this topic in a satisfactory way.

Can any one refer me to any papers or sources or help in this area?

Linguistic Field(s): Phonology

Message 2: Research Project
Date: 07-Dec-2006
From: Tuyet Truong <t.p.truongstudent.ru.nl>
Subject: Research Project


Dear Sir, Madam,

I am a student of Business Communication at the Radboud University
Nijmegen. For a research project carried out by staff and students, I am
currently looking for native speakers of English to participate in a 5
minute web survey about e-mail communication.

I would be very grateful if you could find the time to fill in the survey.
The address of the web survey is:

http://www.let.ru.nl/ciw-bc/ibc/ibc_e/

You will need the following access code to start the survey: euro

Thank you in advance for your time and effort,

Regards,

Lenneke Joosen
Tuyet Truong


If you have any questions about this survey, please contact:
Dr. Berna Hendriks
Dept. of Business Communication
Radboud University Nijmegen
the Netherlands
b.hendrikslet.ru.nl

Linguistic Field(s): Pragmatics

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