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LINGUIST List 18.1194

Thu Apr 19 2007

Qs: Participants in a French Study; Topic and Declarative Markers

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        1.    Arielle Gereboff, Participants in a French Study
        2.    Tara Gibbs, Agreement on Topic Markers and Declarative Markers

Message 1: Participants in a French Study
Date: 19-Apr-2007
From: Arielle Gereboff <agerebofindiana.edu>
Subject: Participants in a French Study


I am a French linguistics graduate student conducting an experiment on the
feminisation of professional titles in French. The experiment needs to be
completed by next week (Ma 27th) and I am looking for volunteers to answer
the questions on my survey. I am looking for native French speakers from
any francophone country. I will send you the document electronically and
you can re-submit it electronically to me. Please write me at
agerebofindiana.edu if you are interested in participating.

Thank you,
Arielle Gereboff

Linguistic Field(s): Morphology

Message 2: Agreement on Topic Markers and Declarative Markers
Date: 17-Apr-2007
From: Tara Gibbs <gibbs057umn.edu>
Subject: Agreement on Topic Markers and Declarative Markers

I am looking for information about languages with topic or subject
agreement on topic markers and declarative markers. Do you know of a
language with such a phenomona or an article addressing this topic?

Linguistic Field(s): Syntax

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