LINGUIST List 12.1256

Sun May 6 2001

Qs: Partitive Case/Pronouns, Arabic Phonology

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  1. Anna Cardinaletti, partitive case and partitive pronouns
  2. Jar21930, arabic phonology

Message 1: partitive case and partitive pronouns

Date: Fri, 04 May 2001 15:21:22 +0200
From: Anna Cardinaletti <cardinunive.it>
Subject: partitive case and partitive pronouns

In the process of revising Cardinaletti and Giusti's (1993) paper on
Italian partitive "ne", I am interested in recent references on the
following topics:

partitive case, the syntax of Dutch er, French en, Italian ne, and related
topics

Is there anybody willing to help?
Thanks in advance
Anna Cardinaletti
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Message 2: arabic phonology

Date: Fri, 4 May 2001 10:38:49 EDT
From: Jar21930 <Jar21930cs.com>
Subject: arabic phonology


Can anyone suggest to me some good references on arabic phonology, 
particularly in the area of sentence accent and its correlation with 
information theory? 
thanks!
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