LINGUIST List 11.382

Wed Feb 23 2000

Qs: Old English/IPA, Online French Concordances

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  1. Benjamin Barrett, Old English Pronunciation Guide
  2. David Mighetto, Looking for French Concordances On-line

Message 1: Old English Pronunciation Guide

Date: Tue, 22 Feb 2000 12:16:18 -0800
From: Benjamin Barrett <gogakuix.netcom.com>
Subject: Old English Pronunciation Guide


I am looking for an IPA pronunciation guide to Old English. It does not have
to be perfect with the latest in phonological research, but the only guide I
have is written for English people, and several of the vowels are identical
for my dialect. I would be happy to post it on the Web for other people like
myself who simply want a guide.

-Benjamin Barrett-
-gogakuix.netcom.com-
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Message 2: Looking for French Concordances On-line

Date: Tue, 22 Feb 2000 00:45:35 +0100
From: David Mighetto <mighettorom.gu.se>
Subject: Looking for French Concordances On-line



Dear list members,

I'm still looking for French concordances (full or DEMO) on-line.

Does anybody know if there are some URLs that lead me to something I can
use on the Internet?

Thanks a lot!

David Mighetto
Gļæ½teborg University
mighettorom.gu.se
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