LINGUIST List 6.888

Mon Jun 26 1995

Qs: Native Dutch, Italian textbook, Old Eng, Grad Programs

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  1. , Native Dutch Speaker
  2. "Ed Battistella", Italian textbook query
  3. , query: Old English
  4. "ELIZABETH C. CRAIG", GRADUATE PROGRAMS

Message 1: Native Dutch Speaker

Date: Fri, 23 Jun 1995 17:10:35 Native Dutch Speaker
From: <leecunyvms1.gc.cuny.edu>
Subject: Native Dutch Speaker

Hello. I'm seeking a native Dutch speaker who is willing to provide
me with some Dutch sentences. More specifically, what I need is the
Dutch counterparts to the German sentences that I already have.
Thanks very much in advance.

My email address is leetimessqr.gc.cuny.edu
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Message 2: Italian textbook query

Date: Thu, 22 Jun 1995 15:40:01 Italian textbook query
From: "Ed Battistella" <ebattistwscgate.wsc.edu>
Subject: Italian textbook query

 A colleague of mine is looking for a textbook for elementary
 to intermediate Italian for a self-study program. Does
 anyone have recommendations for standard first/second year
 college texts? (If you reply to me individually, I will
 post the summary).

 Ed Battistella
 ebattistwscgate.wsc.edu
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Message 3: query: Old English

Date: Fri, 23 Jun 1995 13:55:03 query: Old English
From: <LYNAM90macollamh.ucd.ie>
Subject: query: Old English

I am working on passives/adjectival participles in Old English and
am looking for articles etc. on participial agreement in any
language, but preferably within a GB or Minimalist framework. Can
anybody help me out?

Thanks in advance!

Clodagh Lynam
University College Dublin
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Message 4: GRADUATE PROGRAMS

Date: Sat, 24 Jun 1995 09:07:39 GRADUATE PROGRAMS
From: "ELIZABETH C. CRAIG" <phpeccgsusgi2.Gsu.EDU>
Subject: GRADUATE PROGRAMS

Dear All,
 I would like to eventually pursue a PhD in linguistics
specializing in pidgins, World Englishes and/or phonology. I have just
completed a Master's program in TESL and will be teaching for the next
couple of years. I would appreciate it if any of you could provide input
on good graduate programs in the U.S. in any of these areas.

 Thank You,
 Elizabeth Craig
 GA State University
 Atlanta, Georgia
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