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Query:   Null Subject Languages
Author:  Ronald Sheen
Submitter Email:  click here to access email
Linguistic LingField(s):   Language Documentation
Morphology
Syntax

Summary:   FOR QUERY: LINGUIST 11.821

I RECENTLY REQUESTED FEEDBACK ON NULL ARGUMENT/SUBJECT LANGUAGES. I WISH
TO EXPRESS MY APPRECIATION TO THE FOLLOWING WHO GENEROUSLY PROVIDED ME WITH
MUCH INFORMATION IN ADDITION TO SPECIFYING THE LANGUAGES LISTED BELOW AS
BELONGING TO THIS GROUP:

HABIBEH SAMADI, MARI SIIROINEN, ARASH BEHAZIN, JAVIER A. GALVAN, PEGGY
SPEAS, SOOHEE KIM, DAN MOONHAWK ALFORD, GEORGES REBUSCHI, JOHN KOONTZ,
RICHARD CAMERON, ANNIE DESNOYERS, ELIZABETH J. PYATT, UMIT UTURAN, JAMES C.
PENNINGTON, ROY DACE, JOHN LYNCH, ROB PENSALFINI, YOUNG-KEY KIM-RENAUD, M.
J. HARDMAN, CILENE RODRIGUEES, CLAIRE HISCOCK, GREG MATHESON.


PERSIAN, FINNISH, KOREAN, ALGOKIAN AND OTHER NORTH AMERICAN INDIAN
LANGUAGES, SPANISH, JAPANESE, PORTUGUESE, ITALIAN, OMAHA-PONCA AND OTHER
SIOUAN LANGUAGES (DAKOTAN DIALECTS, CROW ETC), WINNEBAGO, SINHALA, IRISH
CELTIC, BRETON CELTIC, RUSSIAN, TURKISH, ARABIC, YIDDISH, CATALAN, GREEK,
MANDARIN CHINESE, MOST BANTU LANGUAGES AND SOME MEMBERS OF THE NIGER-CONGO
GROUP, JABEM, NUMAMBI, THE VAST MAJORITY OF AUSTRALIAN ABORIGINAL
LANGUAGES, JAQARU, KAWKI, AYMARA, LISU, LAHU.

THERE ARE PROBABLY MANY MORE. JAMES PENNINGTON PROVIDED THE FOLLOWING
INFORMATION:

LL Issue: 11.929
Date Posted: 23-Apr-2000
Original Query: Read original query