LINGUIST List 3.623

Tue 11 Aug 1992

Qs: Vendler, Semantics, Vietnamese

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  1. Joseph Taglicht, Vendler's Address
  2. Gerard Steen, Semantic Differentials
  3. "** Tua^'n **", Vietnamese-English Dictionary

Message 1: Vendler's Address

Date: Fri, 7 Aug 1992 18:10 IST
From: Joseph Taglicht <HCUTJHUJIVM1.bitnet>
Subject: Vendler's Address

Could anyone on the Linguist network supply me with the address of Zeno
Vendler? JT
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Message 2: Semantic Differentials

Date: Mon, 10 Aug 92 17:00:47 MET DST
From: Gerard Steen <steenlet.vu.nl>
Subject: Semantic Differentials

For a research project I am hoping to begin with next year, I would
like to ask for references about work done with SEMANTIC DIFFERENTIALS,
in particular for the measurement of meaning ABOVE THE LEVEL OF THE
WORD. Any references will be helpful, but I am especially interested
in methodological studies of the Semantic Differential as a reliable
instrument for the measurement of meaning and affect of grammatical
structures rather than words. Please send all references to
steenlet.vu.nl. Thanks a lot in advance.
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Message 3: Vietnamese-English Dictionary

Date: Mon, 10 Aug 92 13:22 EDT
From: "** Tua^'n **" <JFTNCCIBM1.BITNET>
Subject: Vietnamese-English Dictionary

Hi,

 I have a 50,000+ word Vietnamese-English electronic dictionary
I created. I have not included the international symbols
for pronunciation. I am thinking about including some
international symbols to facilitate pronunciation. How many
systems are there? Which is the best? Where can I get a
comprehensive explanation of the systems so I can start
including this for each entry in my dictionary?

 Thanks for the help!

 CANADA
 __________________
 ____ | |
 \ / | |
 | \/* SEATTLE | IDAHO
 | |
 \ ___________/~~~~~
 \ / OREGON

TUA~['N (JOHN) SUTHERLAND $
SEATTLE, WA $ JFT%NCCIBM1.BITNETNCSUVM.CC.NCSU.EDU
(206) 553-1142 $
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