LINGUIST List 15.3052
Wed Oct 27 2004
Qs: 'The Grammar of Specificity'; Teaching Materials
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'The Grammar of Specificity'
Message 1: 'The Grammar of Specificity'
From: Susana Creus <screusterra.com.br>
Subject: 'The Grammar of Specificity'
I am interested in reading a paper ''The Grammar of Specificity'' by ENG,
Murret. As I do not have any other data it is difficult to get some
information. If you have some informations about this paper I would be very
glad to be informed.
Thank you very much.
Susana Creus (Porto Alegre, Brazil)
Linguistic Field(s): General Linguistics
Message 2: Teaching Materials
From: MJ Warsi <mjwarsisocrates.Berkeley.EDU>
Subject: Teaching Materials
I am working on a paper concerning with comparative analysis of web based
teaching materials available for Hindi and Urdu. I am seeking your feedback
about any existing resources for teaching Urdu via web. I know several
websites for Hindi language teaching but I have not located similar number
of web based resources for Urdu.
Any information in this regard would greatly be appreciated.
M. J. Warsi (Ph.D. in Linguistics)
Department of South and Southeast Asian Studies
7233 Dwinelle Hall
University of California, Berkeley
Berkeley, CA 94720
Linguistic Field(s): Applied Linguistics
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