LINGUIST List 20.597|
Thu Feb 26 2009
Qs: Temporal Words
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Message 1: Temporal Words
From: Dongtao Yu <yudongtaoyahoo.com.cn>
Subject: Temporal Words
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Dear List Members,
We are doing research on temporal words across languages. At present we
have collected some data in languages spoken by some ethnic groups in
China. Now we are interested in finding relevant data in other languages
around the world, especially the data demonstrating their syntactic
functions. In our research, temporal words refer to those like ''today'',
''Monday'', ''morning'' in English.
Thank you very much in advance for your information.
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