LINGUIST List 2.104

Saturday, 30 Mar 1991

Misc: Word list, Temporal connectives, Reviewers, and more

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  1. Patrick Drouin, Francais fondamental et VGOS
  2. Margaret Fleck, reference on temporal connectives
  3. , Re: Reviewers with expertise in Fur Wanted
  4. , info on discourse analysis wanted
  5. Joe Giampapa, language collisions
  6. , Ozark English
  7. , CALL FOR PAPERS FOR SAADS 1991

Message 1: Francais fondamental et VGOS

Date: Tue, 26 Mar 1991 06:55:47 -0500
From: Patrick Drouin <PADROUINvm1.ulaval.ca>
Subject: Francais fondamental et VGOS
 I am looking for the electronic version of the list of words from the
following books:

 Le francais fondamental (1er degre)
 Le francais fondamental (2e degre)
 Le vocabulaire general d'orientation scientifique (known as the VGOS)

 I have the lists in the litterature but I just don't feel like typing them.
I would appreciate if anyone who could help to contact me directly at the
address below.

 Patrick Drouin
 Departement de langues et de linguistique
 Universite Laval

 BitNet : padrouinlavalvm1
 InterNet : padrouinvm1.ulaval.ca
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Message 2: reference on temporal connectives

Date: Wed, 27 Mar 91 13:48:12 GMT
From: Margaret Fleck <fleckrobots.oxford.ac.uk>
Subject: reference on temporal connectives
Does anyone have a full bibliographic reference for a paper circulated
by the IULC in 1978 by Hein\"am\"aki on the meaning of temporal
connectives? 

Margaret Fleck (fleckrobots.oxford.ac.uk)
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Message 3: Re: Reviewers with expertise in Fur Wanted

Date: Thu, 28 Mar 1991 16:30 MST
From: <CAROLGCC.UTAH.EDU>
Subject: Re: Reviewers with expertise in Fur Wanted
Wanted: reviewers with expertise in Fur (Congo-Nile).
If anyone out there has such, please reply to me:
 carolgcc.utah.edu
(Or let me know if you can refer me to someone else.)

Thanks,
Carol Georgopoulos
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Message 4: info on discourse analysis wanted

Date: Thu, 28 Mar 91 21:31 EST
From: <PSAMPATgrad.cis.temple.edu>
Subject: info on discourse analysis wanted
Hi,
I am a new member on the list.I am not sure whether my question is within 
the field(PSYCHOLINGUISTICS).I am doing some work for a paper on
"INFORMATION STRUCTURE" with reference to Cohesion at the sentence level 
in DISCOURSE ANALYSIS(I have referred HALLIDAY,CHAFE,CLARK,GRIMES,PRINCE etc).
If anyone has any info on any recent(since 1985) papers on this topic 
please inform.Thanks
Pragnesh Sampat
psampatgrad.cis.temple.edu
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Message 5: language collisions

Date: Fri, 29 Mar 91 11:19:14 +0100 (MET)
From: Joe Giampapa <garofsixcom.sixcom.it>
Subject: language collisions
The "phenomena": a multilingual person pronounces (at least) two words at the
same time. Ex. English "what" with the Italian "cosa", may yield "quosa" or
"quat" or an unintelligible utterance. More often than not, it is an
unintelligible utterance.

Question 1: Is there a name for this "phenomena"? Would this be studied as a
component of linguistic competence?

Question 2: Has it been studied before, or at least cited in a reference?

Question 3: Has anyone ever had any experience(s) with this?

-Joe Giampapa
garofsixcom.sixcom.it
garof%sixcom.sixcom.ituunet.uu.net
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Message 6: Ozark English

Date: Thu, 28 Mar 91 15:24 EST
From: <DUMASB%UTKVX4.bitnetmunnari.oz>
Subject: Ozark English
I am currently completing my book on Ozark speech. I seek information
about unpublished or hard to find articles, book, etc. on the subject,
including material on verbal taboos and literary dialect as well as the usual
dialect topics. Send information to

 Bethany Dumas
 Department of English
 University of Tennessee
 Knoxville, TN 37996-0430 USA
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Message 7: CALL FOR PAPERS FOR SAADS 1991

Date: Thu, 28 Mar 91 15:20 EST
From: <DUMASB%UTKVX4.bitnetmunnari.oz>
Subject: CALL FOR PAPERS FOR SAADS 1991
I am currently (through May 1) accepting abstracts for the South
Atlantic American Dialect Society Section Meeting (with the South
Atlantic Modern Language Association) in Atlanta Nov. 14-16.

The suggested theme (not exclusive) is "Language of Law and Liturgy."
The purpose of the theme is to encourage submissions on the topic
of institutional language, particularly law and the church.

Send abstracts (300 or fewer words) for 20-minute papers by May 1 to

 Bethany Dumas
 English Department
 University of Tennessee
 Knoxville, TN 37996-0430 USA

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