LINGUIST List 2.44

Tuesday, 19 Feb 1991

Qs: Complementizers, Passive voice, Music/Language acq

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  2. Ginni Dubois, Passive Voice
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Message 1: Two complementizers

Date: Sun, 10 Feb 1991 19:36 MST
From: <FRAJZYNGIE_Zbronze.Colorado.EDU>
Subject: Two complementizers
 I am looking for references on two or more complementizers in 
a sequence.
 Zygmunt Frajzyngier.
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Message 2: Passive Voice

Date: Thu, 14 Feb 91 10:14 EST
From: Ginni Dubois <V557NV8K%UBVMS.BITNETCORNELLC.cit.cornell.edu>
Subject: Passive Voice
 Does anybody have a list of recent publications on the passive voice
especially in languages with the accusative case? I would appreciate
any help, thanks
G. Dubois
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Message 3: Music/Language Acquisition

Date: Tue, 19 Feb 91 11:54:44 EST
From: <staintonATHENA.MIT.EDU>
Subject: Music/Language Acquisition
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Date: Tue, 19 Feb 91 10:32:00 +0800
From: "Malcolm Butler, Music Department, HKU" <HRAUBUT%HKUCC.BITNETmitvma.mit.edu>
Subject: Music/Language Acquisition

I have a postgraduate student who is interested in the development
of language skills and musical skills in young children. Since the
student is Cantonese, she is particularly interested in the
development of pitch sense and its interaction with the learning
of a tonal language, such as Cantonese.

The student has an M.A. in Music Education from the University of
Reading, England, but she would like to make contact with people
sharing similar interests working in the U.S.. Is anybody else
interested in this subject, know of others who might be, or know
of discussion groups where she could search out folk with similar
interests?

If replies can be sent to me, I'll pass them on to the student. Thank you.

Malcolm Butler
Music Department
University of Hong Kong
hraubuthkucc.bitnet

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