LINGUIST List 6.1037

Wed Aug 2 1995

Qs: Labov on tense, LA school with Chinese as L2, J T Jensen

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  1. Hartmut Haberland, Labov on Tense
  2. Alexander Vovin, School in LA with Chinese as a second language
  3. John Henderson, Address for John Thayer Jensen

Message 1: Labov on Tense

Date: Tue, 01 Aug 1995 15:13:57 Labov on Tense
From: Hartmut Haberland <hartmutruc.dk>
Subject: Labov on Tense

In 1977, the LAUT Preprint agency in Trier, (then West) Germany publihshed a
working paper by William Labov, On the adequacy of natural languages: the
development of tense. Does anybody have a reference to a 'proper'
publication of this paper as a journal article or chapter in a book? Thanks.
Hartmut Haberland
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Message 2: School in LA with Chinese as a second language

Date: Tue, 01 Aug 1995 13:41:17 School in LA with Chinese as a second language
From: Alexander Vovin <vovinhawaii.edu>
Subject: School in LA with Chinese as a second language

Query:
Friends of mine moved recently to LA and they are looking for a good
school where their daughter (age 10) could continue her study of Chinese,
which she has studied for two years. Please reply directly to me, as
they do not use e-mail. Thank you,
Alexander Vovin
vovinuhunix.uhcc.hawaii.edu
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Message 3: Address for John Thayer Jensen

Date: Wed, 02 Aug 1995 10:33:36 Address for John Thayer Jensen
From: John Henderson <jkhuniwa.uwa.edu.au>
Subject: Address for John Thayer Jensen


Does anyone have an e-mail or other address for John Thayer Jensen? By
extraordinary coincidence there is another John T Jensen who is also a
linguist, but the one I'm looking for is the one who wrote the Yapese
Grammar and Dictionary.

Thanks,

John Henderson


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