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Query:   Introductory Syntax Textbook: Response
Author:  Randy Sharp
Submitter Email:  click here to access email
Linguistic LingField(s):   Syntax

Summary:   DEAR LINGUISTS,

IN REPLY TO MY QUERY ABOUT AN APPROPRIATE INTRODUCTORY TEXTBOOK ON SYNTAX,
I RECEIVED ABOUT 18 REPLIES. I AM GRATEFUL TO ALL THOSE WHO RESPONDED.
THANK YOU. THE SUMMARY, IN ALPHABETICAL ORDER, IS LISTED BELOW. I LIST
THE NUMBER OF TIMES THE BOOK WAS MMENTIONED IN A POSITIVE TONE, EITHER
AS A SUGGESTION OR AS A RECOMMENDATION. JUST TO LET YOU KNOW THE
OUTCOME, WE HAVE CHOSEN TO USE THE TEXT BY AARTS, AT LEAST FOR THE
UPCOMING SEMESTER.

RANDY SHARP

SUMMARY:

AARTS, BAS (1997)

LL Issue: 9.1643
Date Posted: 19-Nov-1998
Original Query: Read original query