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LINGUIST List 17.1864

Fri Jun 23 2006

FYI: New Website: Rhythmic English Phrasing

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        1.    Ed Dry, New Website: Rhythmic English Phrasing


Message 1: New Website: Rhythmic English Phrasing
Date: 21-Jun-2006
From: Ed Dry <quepasa2.5netzero.com>
Subject: New Website: Rhythmic English Phrasing


Rhythmic English Phrasing or REP is a temporary English sign system
modified to help deaf children and their parents feel some of the currents
and categories of correct English... just as hearing children know when
English sounds right.

Structuring around the (copular) BE-focus may tell us much more about
how hearing children map English so easily and why deaf children often do
not.

The site is just being completed, and I would love your thoughts. Please
visit: www.deafphrasing.com

Ed

Linguistic Field(s): Applied Linguistics; Syntax

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