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Date: Wed, 10 Mar 93 11:26:38 ES4.168 Sum: Vietnamese/Cambodian
From: Glenn Adams <glennmetis.com>
Subject: 4.168 Sum: Vietnamese/Cambodian


Following are additional references on Vietnamese which were not included
in the posted message.

Glenn Adams
Cambridge, Massachusetts

Beatty, Mark Stanton, 1989. Vietnamese phrase structure: an X-bar approach.
 M.A. Thesis, University of Texas at Arlington.

Bu`i, Phu.ng, 1992. Tu+` DDie>?n Vie>.t Anh (Vietnamese-English Dictionary).
 Third edition. DDa.i Ho.c va` Gia'o Du.c Chuye>n Nghie>.p, Hanoi.

Buu, Khai, 1974. A formalized syntax of Vietnamese. Thesis, Georgetown
 University.

Cao, Xuan Hao, 1970. The problem of the phoneme in Vietnamese. In Linguistic
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Chen, Ching-ho, undated. A collection of Chu+~ No>m scripts with pronunciation
 in quo>'c-ngu+~. Keio University, Tokyo.

Clark, Marybeth, 1978. Coverbs and case in Vietnamese. Pacific Linguistics
 Series B, No. 48, Australian National University, Canberra.

Cooke, Joseph R., 1968. Pronominal reference in Thai, Burmese, and Vietnamese.
 University of California Pubs. in Linguistics, No. 52, Berkeley.

Dao-thi-Hoi, 1965. Representation of time and time-relationships in English
 and in Vietnamese. EdD Thesis, Teachers College, Columbia University.

Do, Huu Chau, and Nguyen, Van Thac, 1970. On the lexical system of Vietnamese.
 In Linguistic Essays, Vietnamese Studies, No. 40, Hanoi.

Friberg, Barbara, 1977. Generative phonology as applied to Vietnamese dialects:
 a study based on Middle Vietnamese, comparing the three major dialects of
 modern Vietnamese. Summer Institute of Linguistics, Huntington Beach, Calif.

Han, Mieko Shimizu, 1968. Complex syllable nuclei in Vietnamese. Studies in
 the phonology of Asian languages, No. 6, University of Southern California.

Hoang, Thi-Quynh-Hoa, 1965. A phonological contrastive study of Vietnamese
 and English. M.A. Thesis, Texas Technological College, Lubbock, Texas.

Hoang, Tue, and Hoang, Minh, 1970. Remarks on the phonological structure of
 Vietnamese. In Linguistic Essays, Vietnamese Studies, No. 40, Hanoi.

Hoa`ng, Va<n Ha`nh, Ed., et al., 1991. Tu+` DDie>?n Ye>'u To>' Ha'n Vie>.t
 Tho>ng Du.ng - Dictionary of Sino-Vietnamese Everyday Usage Elements. Vie>.n
 Ngo>n Ngu+~ Ho.c, Nha` Xua>'t Ba?n Khoa Ho.c Xa" Ho>.i, Hanoi.

Hong, Giao, 1970. Notes on some typological characteristics of Vietnamese.
 In Linguistic Essays, Vietnamese Studies, No. 40, Hanoi.

Huynh, Xuan Diem, 1976. Some case functions in Vietnamese grammar with
 special reference to English. M.A. Thesis, University of Saigon.

Le, Tinh Thong, 1970. Linguistic and syntactic differences and likenesses
 between English and Vietnamese. Indochinese Training and Resource Center,
 School of Education, San Diego State University.

Nguyen, Dang Liem, 1967. A contrastive analysis of English and Vietnamese.
 Pacific Linguistics Series C, No. 3-5, Australian National University,
 Canberra.

Nguyen, Dang Liem, 1971. Intermediate Vietnamese. Seton Hall University
 Press, South Orange, New Jersey.

Nguyen, Dang Liem, 1975. Cases, clauses, and sentences in Vietnamese. Pacific
 Linguistics Series B, No. 37, Australian National University, Canberra.

Nguyen, Dinh Hoa, 1974. Lexical and syntactic borrowing in modern Vietnamese.
 Typescript.

Nguyen, Dinh Hoa, 1991. The role of early dictionaries of Vietnamese in the
 standardization of the national language. Lexicographica 7/1991, Tubingen.

Nguyen, Dinh Hoa, 1992. Graphemic borrowings from Chinese: the case of Chu~"
 No>m -- Vietnam's demotic script. Bulletin of the Institute of History and
 Philology, Academia Sinica, Vol LXI, Part II, Taipei, Taiwan.

Nguyen, Huu Tri, 1990. A semantic classification of Vietnamese verbs.
 PhD Thesis, Georgetown University.

Nguyen, Kim Than, 1970. An outline of Vietnamese grammar. In Linguistic Essays,
 Vietnamese Studies, No. 40, Hanoi.

Nguyen, Ngoc Bich, 1984. The state of Chu+" No>m studies: the demotic script
 of Vietnam. Indochina Institute, George Mason University, Fairfax, Va.

Nhan, Ngo Thanh, 1987. The syllabeme and patterns of word formation in
 Vietnamese. PhD Thesis, New York University.

Pham, Van Dong, 1970. Preserving the purity and clarity of the Vietnamese
 language. In Linguistic Essays, Vietnamese Studies, No. 40, Hanoi.

Quinn, Robert M., 1969. A contrastive study of Chinese and Vietnamese
 lexotactics. Thesis, Georgetown University.

Schneider, Paul, 1992. Dictionnaire historique des id/eogrammes vietnamiens
 (Tu+. Vu+.ng Li.ch Su+? Chu+" No>m). Universit/e de Nice -- Sophia,
 Antipolis.

Shiltova, A. P., Ngo, Nhu Binh, & Norova, N. V., 1989. Uchebnoye posobye
 po Vietnamskomu yaziku -- nachalni kurs (A textbook on Vietnamese language,
 beginners level). Moscow State University, Moscow.

Shum, Shu-ying, 1966. A transformational study of Vietnamese syntax. Thesis,
 Indiana University.

Smalley, William A., 1954. Tie'ng Vie>.t cho ca'c gia'o-si" (Vietnamese for
 missionaries : a course in the spoken and written language of Central
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Stankievich, N. V., and Nguyen, Tai Can, 1970. The problem of the word in its
 relationship to the grammatical system in Vietnamese. In Linguistic Essays,
 Vietnamese Studies, No. 40, Hanoi.

Summer Institute of Linguistics, 1977. Articles on Vietnamese Grammar.
 Huntington Beach, Calif.

Vuong, Loc, 1970. Glimpses of the evolution of the Vietnamese language. In
 Linguistic Essays, Vietnamese Studies, No. 40, Hanoi.
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