LINGUIST List 9.1567

Sat Nov 7 1998

Qs: Indo-European & Semitic lang., Spanish gender

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  1. Hersh Stern, Saul Levin's The Indo-European and Semitic languages
  2. Maria Jose Alvarez-Torres, Spanish gender

Message 1: Saul Levin's The Indo-European and Semitic languages

Date: Sat, 07 Nov 1998 14:12:45 -0500
From: Hersh Stern <topannuitymonmouth.com>
Subject: Saul Levin's The Indo-European and Semitic languages



Seeking to purchase a new or used copy of Saul Levin's The
Indo-European and Semitic languages; an exploration of structural
similarities related to accent, chiefly in Greek, Sanskrit, and
Hebrew. Please reply if you have one for sale. 
Thanks. 

Hersh Stern
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Message 2: Spanish gender

Date: Sat, 7 Nov 1998 12:45:19 -0500
From: Maria Jose Alvarez-Torres <alvarez3pilot.msu.edu>
Subject: Spanish gender


I am searching for sources (dictionaries, grammar reference manuals,
first language or second language articles) that list how word endings
in Spanish nouns have either a tendency towards the masculine or
feminine grammatical gender. Do you know of any reference that could
help me out?


Many thanks
 

Maria Jose Alvarez-Torres
Ph.D candidate
Department of English
Michigan State University

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