LINGUIST List 7.1353

Sun Sep 29 1996

Qs: German as a 2nd Lg, Database survey, Epenthetic Vowels

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  1. 100760.422compuserve.com, Adquisicion espontanea L2 aleman
  2. Peter White, Database survey
  3. Deborah Schmidt, Query: epenthetic vowel qualities

Message 1: Adquisicion espontanea L2 aleman

Date: Wed, 25 Sep 1996 13:17:29 EDT
From: 100760.422compuserve.com <100760.422compuserve.com>
Subject: Adquisicion espontanea L2 aleman
Hola a todos/as

Estoy trabajando en mi tesis y querma saber si alguien ha tratado el
tema ya. En especial modo me interesa la adquisicisn espontanea de
aleman como L2 por mujeres, o cualquier otro estudio acerca de
adquisicisn espontanea de L2 por
 mujeres.
Gracias!!
Stefania
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Message 2: Database survey

Date: Wed, 25 Sep 1996 08:20:11 +1000
From: Peter White <peterwlingua.cltr.uq.OZ.AU>
Subject: Database survey

Mr Fred Pilcher at the national office of Language Australia (formerly
known as the National Languages and Literacy Institute of Australia),
has compiled a questionnaire on our database systems, which is
available on the Web.

It is designed for users of the database systems to respond to Mr Pilcher
directly, using Web forms. We would appreciate very much if recipients of
this list who have used the databases could select one of the questionnaries
and fill it in. It's straightforward; each database has its own Web form
(fill in the blanks, select an option, etc.).

The URL for the questionnaires is:

	http://www.cltr.uq.oz.au:8000/nllia

Then select the questionnaire option.

Thanks

Peter White
peterwlingua.cltr.uq.oz.au
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Message 3: Query: epenthetic vowel qualities

Date: Fri, 27 Sep 1996 12:15:05 EDT
From: Deborah Schmidt <DSCHMIDTuga.cc.uga.edu>
Subject: Query: epenthetic vowel qualities

Good morning/evening. Do any fellow LL subscribers know of languages
that use more than one epenthetic vowel? I recall from some years ago
hearing a paper by Juliette Blevins discussing a language that had
both an epenthetic i (phonological?) and an epenthetic schwa
(phonetic?). Are you familiar with anything similar? Most
appreciatively yours, Debbie Schmidt dschmidtuga.cc.uga.edu
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