LINGUIST List 6.476

Thu 30 Mar 1995

Qs: Articulation, Big vs. large, et al, Discourse list

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  1. "FRANKE INGOLF", Looking for Hans-Heinrich Waengler
  2. , Re: big vs. large, et al
  3. Gul Durmusoglu, Request for discourse list

Message 1: Looking for Hans-Heinrich Waengler

Date: Tue, 28 Mar 1995 14:28:32 Looking for Hans-Heinrich Waengler
From: "FRANKE INGOLF" <FRAN2801pcmail.uni-trier.de>
Subject: Looking for Hans-Heinrich Waengler

Dear linguist members,

I am interested in comparable X-ray pictures of German and
English articulation.

Ingolf Franke
Zeughausstrasse 31
D-54292 Trier
Germany

e-mail: fran2801pcmail.uni-trier.de
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Message 2: Re: big vs. large, et al

Date: Tue, 28 Mar 1995 13:45:54 Re: big vs. large, et al
From: <BrownDebaol.com>
Subject: Re: big vs. large, et al

I would appreciate any thoughts on any differences in meaning between big and
large as well as small and little. I am attempting a monosemic approach (at
the insistance of the professor) which maintains that each word must have one
meaning. We tell ESL students that they mean the same thing, yet we
constantly correct their choices because they don't use the right one. How
can we tell them to use the right one if we can't tell them what the right
one is?
Any answers or thoughts on the subject would be appreciated.
My email address is BrownDebaol.com, or if you think anyone else would be
interested, the multiple recipients address [linguisttamvm1.tamu.edu] is
good. Thanks in advance.
Deborah Brownstein
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Message 3: Request for discourse list

Date: Tue, 28 Mar 95 18:48:30 UTRequest for discourse list
From: Gul Durmusoglu <D947vm.baum.anadolu.edu.tr>
Subject: Request for discourse list

Dear Linguists
I'd like to know if there are any listservs on discourse anlysis
text linguistics and pragmatics.
thanks
Gul Durmusoglu
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