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Thu Jul 23 1998

TOC: Journal of Language and Linguistics

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  1. Yuphaphann Hoonchamlong, Journal of Language and Linguistics Vol 16.2 (January-June 1998)

Message 1: Journal of Language and Linguistics Vol 16.2 (January-June 1998)

Date: Mon, 6 Jul 1998 13:53:56 +0700 (GMT+0700)
From: Yuphaphann Hoonchamlong <yuialpha.tu.ac.th>
Subject: Journal of Language and Linguistics Vol 16.2 (January-June 1998)

 Journal of Language and Linguistics Vol16.2
 January-June 1998 

(abstracts (English) can be viewed at:
 http://www.tu.ac.th/org/arts/ling/abstract.htm 

CONTENTS: 
 Prapasara Kometmuneebororak "Thai Transliteration of Russian Proper Names
" (in Thai) 

 Nantana Pracharitpakdi et al. "Spontaneous Speech Evaluation of Aachen
Aphasia Test (AAT)" (in Thai)

 Varisa Osatananda "Peculiar Spelling of "may ek" and "may tho" in some
Lao words" (in Thai) 

 Utumporn Meecharoen et al. "Public understanding and preferences of
Newspaper headlines" (in Thai)

 Tanawan Amy Meepoe "The Interaction between Lexical Aspect and
Progressive-Imperfective in Thai: A
 Discourse Analysis of kamlaN and yuu "

 John Hartmann "A Linguistic Geography and History of Thai Meueng-Fai
(Ditch-Dike) Techno-Culture"


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