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Message 1: Language and Linguistics Compass Forum
Date: 28-May-2010
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Subject: Language and Linguistics Compass Forum
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The latest issue of the Wiley-Blackwell Language & Linguistics Compass
Discussion Forum is now available on The LINGUIST List. This feature
provides access to full text copies of select articles for free online.
After reading an article, you can post a comment on the article's
discussion page, or read what others have said.

The new featured articles in this issue are:

- Discovering 'Language Myths and Truths': A Summer Enrichment Course in
Linguistics for High-School Students
By Thomas W. Stewart, Jr., Alma B. Kuhlemann Cárdenez

- The Study of Variation from Two Perspectives
By Elizabeth Gentry Brunner

- The Semantics and Pragmatics of Hybrid Quotations
By Philippe De Brabanter

- Local Adverbs in Hittite: Synchrony and Diachrony – Historical and
By H. Craig Melchert

- The Cross-linguistic Study of Sentence Production
By T. Florian Jaeger and Elisabeth J. Norcliffe

Find the links to all articles and their discussion pages at:

See also the Language & Linguistics Compass site at:

Linguistic Field(s): General Linguistics

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