LINGUIST List 11.362

Fri Feb 18 2000

Qs: Verbs, Morphological theory, Lang & Race

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  1. Jed Parsons, Verbs of saying, telling, or feeling
  2. Dan Everett, Morphological theory
  3. Betty, Language and Race

Message 1: Verbs of saying, telling, or feeling

Date: Thu, 17 Feb 2000 22:56:20 -0800 (PST)
From: Jed Parsons <jedsocrates.berkeley.edu>
Subject: Verbs of saying, telling, or feeling


Greetings, all,

Can anyone point me to some secondary literature on the use of ``he's
like,'' ``he's all,'' and ``he goes'' as verbs of saying, telling, or
feeling? 

Many thanks,

Jed

Jed Parsons (Just another P[erl|lautus] hack ...) 
jedsocrates.berkeley.edu
http://socrates.berkeley.edu/~jed/
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Message 2: Morphological theory

Date: Fri, 18 Feb 2000 14:10:59 -0300
From: Dan Everett <pirahacanal-1.com.br>
Subject: Morphological theory


I would be very interested to know what readers of this list would
consider to be the three to five most important desiderata of a theory
of morphology. What ought such a theory to aim at as its principal
objectives? Please respond to my personal email address:
pirahacanal-1.com.br

If there are sufficient responses, I will post a summary.

Thanks,
Dan Everett
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Message 3: Language and Race

Date: Fri, 18 Feb 2000 18:39:21 +0000
From: Betty <bettygcsl.com>
Subject: Language and Race

Dear all

I would be grateful if anyone could point me to some references concerning 
language and race, treating their inter-relationships and influences. I am 
interested in, both, general expositions and studies based on particular 
contexts.

Many thanks
Betty
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