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Query:   French Liaison
Author:  Roger Billerey
Submitter Email:  click here to access email
Linguistic LingField(s):   Morphology
Phonology

Summary:   TO ALL THE (NUMEROUS) PEOPLE WHO REPLIED TO MY QUERY ABOUT FRENCH
LIAISON, MANY THANKS.
HERE'S A SUMMARY OF THE REFERENCES PROVIDED, ARRANGED BY CONTRIBUTOR'S
NAME (E-MAIL ADDRESSES WITHHELD). NOTE THAT THIS INFORMATION CAN ALSO BE
ACCESSED AT

HTTP://WWW.HUMNET.UCLA.EDU/HUMNET/LINGUISTICS/PEOPLE/GRADS/BILLEREY/LIAISON.HTM

CHEERS,

ROGER BILLEREY
GRADUATE STUDENT
DEPARTMENT OF LINGUISTICS
UCLA
HTTP://WWW.HUMNET.UCLA.EDU/HUMNET/LINGUISTICS/PEOPLE/GRADS/BILLEREY/BILLERREY.HTM

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GARY H. TOOPS
ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR
WICHITA STATE UNIVERSITY
MODERN & CLASSICAL LANGUAGES
WICHITA, KANSAS 67260-0011 USA
HTTP://WWW.TWSU.EDU/~MCLLWWW/RUSSIAN.HTML

1. AGREN, JOHN. ETUDES SUR QUELQUES LIAISONS FACULTATIVES DANS LE
FRANCAIS DE CONVERSATION RADIOPHONIQUE: FREQUENCES ET FACTEURS.
UPPSALA, 1973. (ACTA UNIVERSITATIS UPSALIENSIS. STUDIA ROMANICA
UPSALIENSIA, 10.)

2. URBAS, KLAUS. ERHEBUNGEN UND ANALYSEN ZUR VERBREITUNG DER

LL Issue: 10.1330
Date Posted: 10-Sep-1999
Original Query: Read original query