LINGUIST List 7.1492

Wed Oct 23 1996

Qs: Taiwanese tones, WWW resources for the teaching of English

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  1. "Michael M. T. Henderson", Taiwanese Tones
  2. trenchs_mireiahuma.upf.es, WWW resources for the teaching of English at the university

Message 1: Taiwanese Tones

Date: Tue, 22 Oct 1996 12:20:37 CDT
From: "Michael M. T. Henderson" <mmthUKANS.EDU>
Subject: Taiwanese Tones
I am looking for references on the 7-tone system of Taiwanese.
Specifically, are Tones 7 and 8 allotones of the same tonemes as,
respectively, 3 and 4 (or 4 and 3)? A reply addressed to me or to the
student who is working on this, tsueifenfalcon.cc.ukans.edu, would be
greatly appreciated.

Michael M. T. Henderson
Linguistics Dept.
U of Kansas
mmthukans.edu
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Message 2: WWW resources for the teaching of English at the university

Date: Tue, 22 Oct 1996 17:27:17 BST
From: trenchs_mireiahuma.upf.es <trenchs_mireiahuma.upf.es>
Subject: WWW resources for the teaching of English at the university
Item Subject: Texto de mensaje

I would urgently need to get in touch with any universities which have
already designed and/or implemented a full, interactive curriculum of
English as a Second or Foreign Language for college students in World
Wide Web format (html, java, etc.), either as an local Intranet-based
solution or a fully-accessible system from the Internet.

I will appreciate any useful URL related to this matter. I will share
all the information I receive with those who send me any hints.
Thanks in advance.

Mireia Trenchs
Universitat Pompeu Fabra
Barcelona, SPAIN
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