LINGUIST List 7.920

Fri Jun 21 1996

Qs: Machine Translation, Larsen-Freeman, Intrusive 'r'

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  1. Derek Lewis, MT in education
  2. "Beatriz Juacaba", Video on methodology by Larsen-Freeman
  3. "Paul de Lacy", Q: Intrusive and Linking 'r'

Message 1: MT in education

Date: Tue, 18 Jun 1996 13:50:10 -0000
From: Derek Lewis <D.R.Lewisexeter.ac.uk>
Subject: MT in education
I believe someone expressed some time ago an interest in setting up a group
to look at MT in education. If they would contact me, I would be most grateful.

Derek Lewis
German Department
University of Exeter
Tel. 01392 264330
Fax. 01392 264377
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Message 2: Video on methodology by Larsen-Freeman

Date: Thu, 20 Jun 1996 16:58:29 GMT
From: "Beatriz Juacaba" <BJuacabamsn.com>
Subject: Video on methodology by Larsen-Freeman
Dear linguists,

I would appreciate any information on how to locate (references) a video by
Larsen-Freeman on the many approaches to EFL (Total Physical Response,
Suggestopedia, Community Language Learning, etc.), which used to be available
at bookstores but now seems to have vanished. I am interested in purchasing
it, or any kind of video material of similar content. Other suggestions are
welcome!
Many thanks,

Beatriz Juacaba
Bjuacabamsn.com or
Juacabb1gusun.georgetown.edu
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Message 3: Q: Intrusive and Linking 'r'

Date: Sat, 22 Jun 1996 10:55:14 -0000
From: "Paul de Lacy" <delacyhost02.net.voyager.co.nz>
Subject: Q: Intrusive and Linking 'r'
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I am posting this query on behalf of John Doleman and Mirte Groot.
Address replies to <migantnov1.auckland.ac.nz>
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Is anyone currently doing work on intrusive and/or linking /r/'s
in English dialects? In addition, any references to previously
published works on the subject would be appreciated. Our main
interest is in New Zealand and Australian English dialects.

Many thanks,

John Doleman.
Mirte Groot.
University of Auckland.
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