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Date: Thu, 14 Jan 93 10:06:09 GMSummary: contrastive grammars of English and German
From: <AL0017Pprime1.huddersfield.ac.uk>
Subject: Summary: contrastive grammars of English and German

Many thanks to Wayles Browne <JN5Jedu.cornell.cit.CORNELLA>, Robert Hoberman
<RHOBERMANedu.sunysb.ccmail>, And Rosta <ucleaaruk.ac.ucl>, ? <robert-
wachaluiowa.edu> and C. Jan-Wouter Zwart <zwartlet.rug.nl> for their
 responses.

Here are the references I was sent:
Collinson, W.E. (1968) The German Language Today. 3rd edn. London: Hutchinson
University Library. (contains a great deal of comparison with English)
Hawkins, John A. (1986) A Comparative Typology of English and German. London:
 Croom
Helm. (has a good bibliography)
Koenig, Ekkehard (1971). Adjectival Constructions in English and German.
 Heidelberg.
(and various other works by him, some as part of the publications of a research
 project
on contrastive grammar in Germany)
Kufner, Herbert L. (1962) The Grammatical Structures of English and German: a
 Contrastive
Sketch. Chicago: University of Chicago Press.

I also asked about English exclamatives in the same message, but only one person
 could
suggest anything on that topic. He referred me to a fairly recent University of
 London PhD
thesis by Billy Clark and pointed out that potentially suitable corpora are
 available at
University College London.

Wiebke Brockhaus <al0017puk.ac.huddersfield.prime1>
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