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Summary Details


Query:   Scope Ambiguities
Author:  Eung-Cheon Hah
Submitter Email:  click here to access email
Linguistic LingField(s):   Semantics
Syntax

Summary:   DEAR LINGUISTS,

A COUPLE OF WEEKS AGO, I POSTED A QUESTIONNAIRE ON SCOPE AMBIGUITIES.
EIGHT PEOPLE, SOME OF THEM WITH VALUABLE COMMENTS, RESPONDED TO THE
QUESTIONNAIRE. A SHORT SUMMARY IS GIVEN BELOW WITH THE RESULT IN THE
PARENTHESIS OF EACH SENTENCE. I'D LIKE TO EXPRESS MY HEARTFUL THANKS TO
THE FOLLOWIING LINGUISTS.


DEBORAH MILAM BERKLEY
BARBARA LAZENBY SIMPSON
STEPHEN P SPACKMAN
CHRIS JOHNS
ROLAND STUCKARDT
GEORGE HUTTAR 709 2400
SPENCER@RAINBOW.NET.AU

LL Issue: 8.539
Date Posted: 18-Apr-1997
Original Query: Read original query