LINGUIST List 7.351

Thu Mar 7 1996

Qs: Email, Software, NWAV, Intonation

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Directory

  1. saeed menasan, S. Blum-Kulka's E-mail
  2. tellierlifac.ens-cachan.fr, software for the evolution of words
  3. "Fay Wouk", NWAV
  4. Richard Badger {CELT}, Intonation

Message 1: S. Blum-Kulka's E-mail

Date: Sun, 03 Mar 1996 19:44:56 GMT
From: saeed menasan <menaspessex.ac.uk>
Subject: S. Blum-Kulka's E-mail
>Dear Linguists,

I would like to find out where to write to Prof. Shoshana Blum-Kulka, 
last known to me to be in Isreal(Hebrew Univ.).
Can anyone help?
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Message 2: software for the evolution of words

Date: Mon, 04 Mar 1996 17:58:25 +0100
From: tellierlifac.ens-cachan.fr <tellierlifac.ens-cachan.fr>
Subject: software for the evolution of words
Dear linguists,

Friends of mine who do not have access to the net are
wandering if there exists a software to simulate the
evolution of words. For example, entering a latin word
and classical evolution rules, you could obtain the
possible french word(s) derived from it.
Have you ever heard of such tool ?

Thank you for responses,

Isabelle TELLIER
LIFAC, Ecole Normale Superieure de Cachan,
61 avenue du President Wilson
94235 CACHAN Cedex France
tel : (16-1) 47 40 24 28
fax : (16-1) 47 40 24 64
E-mail: Isabelle.TELLIERlifac.ens-cachan.fr
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Message 3: NWAV

Date: Wed, 06 Mar 1996 10:40:59 +1300
From: "Fay Wouk" <f.woukauckland.ac.nz>
Subject: NWAV
Can anyone tell me where (and possibly the exact dates of when) the NWAV
meeting will be next October?

Thanks,
Fay

Dr. Fay Wouk
Dept. of Anthropology
University of Auckland
Private Bag 92019
Auckland New Zealand
fewantnov1.auckland.ac.nz
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Message 4: Intonation

Date: Thu, 07 Mar 1996 12:06:01 GMT
From: Richard Badger {CELT} <r.g.badgerstir.ac.uk>
Subject: Intonation

I am interested in exploring the differences in the ways that 
non-native speakers of English use intonation in English and 
would be grateful for any information or references on this topic.

My primary interest is in the way speakers of Mandarin and Cantonese 
use intonation and I am using a model of intonation drawn from Brazil's 
work on discourse intonation.

If there is sufficient interest I will post a summary in due course.

Many thanks.

Richard Badger
r.g.badgerstir.ac.uk
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