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LINGUIST List 17.857

Tue Mar 21 2006

Qs: Future Expression in French; Teaching of Syntax

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        1.    Fanny Forsberg, Future Expression in French
        2.    Rebecca L. Moreton, Resources for Teaching Syntax

Message 1: Future Expression in French
Date: 13-Mar-2006
From: Fanny Forsberg <fanny.forsbergfraita.su.se>
Subject: Future Expression in French

I was wondering if anyone had some pointers to give me concerning recent
publications on Future expression in French, and especially in Spoken French.
I am interested in the use of periphrastic future expression in spoken
French, since I have observed 'unusual' use in a spoken corpus I've just
recorded, so I was wondering if any research had been conducted lately in
this area.

I would be most grateful for any suggestions in this area!

Linguistic Field(s): Discourse Analysis
                            Text/Corpus Linguistics

Subject Language(s): French (fra)

Message 2: Resources for Teaching Syntax
Date: 21-Mar-2006
From: Rebecca L. Moreton <moretonabellsouth.net>
Subject: Resources for Teaching Syntax

I am interested in available resources for teaching syntax to students
preparing to be schoolteachers. In particular, I would like to know of any
Cuisinaire-rod-like or other tactile materials using varying shapes/colors.


Linguistic Field(s): Applied Linguistics

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