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Message 1: Occasional Papers in Systemic Linguistics

Date: Fri, 17 Jan 92 12:19:37 +0Occasional Papers in Systemic Linguistics
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Subject: Occasional Papers in Systemic Linguistics


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Christian Matthiessen & James R. Martin (Sydney):
A response to Huddleston's review of Halliday's
Introduction to Functional Grammar

Rodney Huddleston (Queensland):
Further remarks on Halliday's Functional Grammar -
A reply to Matthiessen & Martin

Alan Garnham (Sussex):
Where does coherence come from? A psycholinguistic
perspective.

Peter Ragan (Embry-Riddle, Florida):
Functions and Communicative Language Teaching

Carol Taylor Torsello (Trieste):
How Woolf creates point of view in "To the Lighthouse" -
An application of systemic-functional grammar to a
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Message 2: University of Geneva Technical Reports

Date: Fri, 17 Jan 1992 06:32:14 University of Geneva Technical Reports
From: Robin Clark <CLARKuni2a.unige.ch>
Subject: University of Geneva Technical Reports

 	Technical Reports in Formal and Computational Linguistics

 		Robin Clark, Luigi Rizzi, Eric Wehrli
 			 Editors

 		 Department of Linguistics
 			University of Geneva

 No 3: Adverbial Positions and Second Language Acquisition
 			 ---Liliane Haegeman (50 pages)

 The Wh-Criterion is the principle which determines the S-structure
 distribution and LF interpretation of wh-operators. Residual Verb
 Second is a cover term for construction-specific applications of I to C
 movement in non V-2 languages (Subject-Aux inversion in English, Subject
 clitic inversion in French, obligatory inversion in Italian
 interrogatives, etc.). This papers argues that residual V2 is triggered
 in order to satisfy the Wh-Criterion and other related well-formedness
 conditions.

 Price: 10.-- SFr (within Switzerland)
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Also Available:

 No 1:	 Papers on Learnability and Natural Selection
 			 ---Robin Clark (144 pages)

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 No 2: Residual Verb Second and the Wh Criterion
 			---Luigi Rizzi (28 pages)

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