LINGUIST List 3.329

Thu 09 Apr 1992

Qs: Bilingualness, IPA, Dissimilation, House

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  1. Johanna Rubba, Bilingual Children
  2. , Printing IPA on HP Deskjet
  3. Jennifer Cole, Dissimilation query
  4. Mike Hammond, House Exchange: Paris/Los Angeles

Message 1: Bilingual Children

Date: Tue, 7 Apr 92 18:19:33 PDTBilingual Children
From: Johanna Rubba <rubbabend.UCSD.EDU>
Subject: Bilingual Children


I have had several friends ask me for advice about raising their
children bilingually. Not being a psy-linguist or lg-acq. specialist,
I don't know what to tell them. They want whether-tos and how-tos.
And reading material.

Can anyone help? -- Thanks in advance.

Jo Rubba, UC San Diego
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Message 2: Printing IPA on HP Deskjet

Date: Tue, 7 Apr 1992 15:29 EST Printing IPA on HP Deskjet
From: <TRUESDAprism.clemson.edu>
Subject: Printing IPA on HP Deskjet

I'm passing this request along from a colleague who teaches French and
French phonetics. Can anyone suggest sources of software (or maybe
hardware--read on) that produces IPA characters, works with Nota Bene or
WordPerfect on an IBM PS/2, and prints to a Hewlett-Packard Deskjet Plus?
The object, of course, is to word-process and print text consisting of
both Roman and IPA characters. We are not sure whether he needs software
or hardware or both--the HP Deskjet uses insertable font cartridges,
but HP offers no help for IPA applications. We'd greatly appreciate
any pointers. Thanks! --Vance Truesdale, Clemson University
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Message 3: Dissimilation query

Date: Wed, 8 Apr 92 10:11:16 CDTDissimilation query
From: Jennifer Cole <colelees.cogsci.uiuc.edu>
Subject: Dissimilation query

For our research on domains for phonological assimilation processes,
we are interested in collecting and cataloguing examples of
dissimilation. We solicit references on any dissimilation processes
from readers of the Linguist List. We are interested in first-hand
accounts from those who have done field work on languages displaying
dissimilation, as well as references to published work. Please
respond directly to: colecogsci.uiuc.edu. We will construct a
bibliography and make it available on Listserv to anyone interested.
All contributers will be acknowledged in the final product.

Thanks in advance,

Jennifer Cole (colecogsci.uiuc.edu)
Jose Ignacio Hualde
Charles Kisseberth

University of Illinois
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Message 4: House Exchange: Paris/Los Angeles

Date: Wed, 8 Apr 92 08:24:20 -07House Exchange: Paris/Los Angeles
From: Mike Hammond <hammondconvx1.ccit.arizona.edu>
Subject: House Exchange: Paris/Los Angeles

I'm not sure if this is an appropriate announcement for Linguist, but
here goes.

I'm taking my sabbatical in the fall of '92 in Paris. Does anybody
know of anybody who lives in Paris and would be interested in a house
exchange in Los Angeles?

mike hammond
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