LINGUIST List 7.1442

Tue Oct 15 1996

Qs: Cumbric, Questionnaire, Chinese stop consonants

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  1. "Evan L. Antworth", Cumbric
  2. George Elgin, Suzette Haden Elgin, questionnaire for bi or multilinguals
  3. "Stephen G. Lambacher", Chinese stop consonants

Message 1: Cumbric

Date: Mon, 14 Oct 1996 08:06:07 CDT
From: "Evan L. Antworth" <Evan.AntworthSIL.ORG>
Subject: Cumbric
If you can answer this query, please contact Mr Carruthers directly.

>Date: Sat, 12 Oct 1996 19:10:44 -0700
>From: "R. T. Carruthers" <rcrrthrsv-town.com>
>Subject: cumbric
>To: wwwsil.org
>MIME-version: 1.0
>
>
>Is there such a resource as recordings made of native speakers of the
>local varieties of English spoken in Cumberland, England particularly
>around the Eden River Valley area that were made around the turn of
>the century?
>
>R. T. Carruthers / 701 Fifth / Hammond, Oregon / 97121
> rcrrthrsv-town.com
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Message 2: questionnaire for bi or multilinguals

Date: Mon, 14 Oct 1996 13:00:14 CDT
From: George Elgin, Suzette Haden Elgin <oclssibylline.com>
Subject: questionnaire for bi or multilinguals
For a book I am writing at this time, I am looking for persons who are
comfortable in more than one language and are willing to complete a
brief email questionnaire for me. Native or near-native fluency in
both languages isn't necessary for my purposes; I just need you to be
at ease in your second (or nth) language. I will be happy either to
credit you or to maintain your anonymity, just as you like.

If you'd be willing to help me with this, please just send me an email
note to that effect. Thanks.

Suzette Haden Elgin
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Message 3: Chinese stop consonants

Date: Mon, 14 Oct 1996 17:47:54 +0900
From: "Stephen G. Lambacher" <steeveu-aizu.ac.jp>
Subject: Chinese stop consonants

I'm currently doing some research on Chinese voiceless and voiced
stops, and am very interested in locating any articles related to the
phonetic/phonological and/or acoustic properties of these sounds. If
you have know of any good references, please let me know.

Kind regards,

Stephen Lambacher

Center for Language Research 			Phone: 81-0242-37-2592
University of Aizu				Fax: 81-0242-37-2599	
Aizu-wakamatsu, Fukushima			E-mail: steeveu-aizu.ac.jp
965-80 Japan					http://www.u-aizu.ac.jp/~steeve




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