LINGUIST List 9.706

Tue May 12 1998

Qs: Grammar,French Phonemes,Alphabets,le pronom ON

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  1. [** ISO-8859-1 charset **] Mikkel Holl\230nder Jensen, Construction Grammar
  2. Rebecca Larche Moreton, Order of acquisition of French phonemes
  3. Corey Heller, Searching for Alphabets
  4. Radu Daniliuc [Shared], le pronom ON

Message 1: Construction Grammar

Date: Tue, 12 May 1998 13:25:47 MET
From: [** ISO-8859-1 charset **] Mikkel Holl\230nder Jensen <rommhjhum.aau.dk>
Subject: Construction Grammar



I'm new on the list and am trying this brilliant idea out for the
first time, so please excuse me if I cause any kind of trouble.

I would like to know if anyone out there is interested in Construction
Grammar (Berkeley 'style')

I'm a student teacher at the University of Aarhus in Denmark and am
planning to do a ph.d.-project on impersonal expressions in modern
Spanish - seen from an integrated view of syntax, semantics and
pragmatics.

All suggestions, comments and references are VERY welcome.

Mikkel
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Message 2: Order of acquisition of French phonemes

Date: Tue, 12 May 1998 06:36:20 -0500 (CDT)
From: Rebecca Larche Moreton <mlrlmsunset.backbone.olemiss.edu>
Subject: Order of acquisition of French phonemes

Dear Listers:

Several weeks ago I posted to the List a question, and, for the first
time ever, received no replies. I will try again, and be more
specific:

Does anyone have a reference for the order in which children acquiring
French as L1 may be expected to learn the phonemes/distinctive
features? Failing that, does anyone know where I can find information
as to the loss of French phonemes/features in old age or senility? I
would especially be grateful for information on these phenomena in
Canadian or other extra-European varieties of French.

Perhaps there are websites where this kind of material is covered?
Thanks for any help.

Rebecca Larche Moreton
301 South Ninth Street
Oxford MS 38655

<mlrlmolemiss.edu>
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Message 3: Searching for Alphabets

Date: Tue, 12 May 1998 13:32:59 -0700
From: Corey Heller <chellertegic.com>
Subject: Searching for Alphabets


I was hoping that someone might be able to direct me to an internet
site that contains various language alphabets. I am looking for the
different letters used in each language, and most importantly their
accented letters.

If anyone has any ideas or information please contact me at the email
address below.

Thank you,
Corey Heller
- 
Corey P. Heller
Linguistic Research Associate
Tegic Communications
2001 Western Avenue, Suite 250
Seattle, Washington 98121
tel: 206.343.7001 ext. 128
fax: 206.343.7004
Email: chellertegic.com
Web: www.tegic.com
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Message 4: le pronom ON

Date: Tue, 12 May 1998 14:54:46 +0300
From: Radu Daniliuc [Shared] <srdanassist.cccis.ro>
Subject: le pronom ON


	I'm a French teacher and I need some extra info about the
pronoun ON for my doctoral thesis: uses, language registers, history,
functions, etc.

I'll post a summary to Linguist.

Thank you very much.
	
	
	Bonjour a tous les linguistes.
	
Je suis professeur de francais et j'aimerai savoir si vous pouvez
m'aider a-propos de ma these de doctorat.Je m'occupe de l'emploi du
pronom ON dans tous les niveaux de la langue.

J'enverrai un resume au Linguist.

Je vous remercie.
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