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ERIC Number: ED340196
Record Type: Non-Journal
Publication Date: 1989
Pages: 251
Abstractor: N/A
Reference Count: N/A
ISSN: ISSN-0736-0673
Notes on Linguistics, Numbers 44-47, 1989.
Notes on Linguistics, n44-47 1989
This document consists of the four 1989 issues of the quarterly journal "Notes on Linguistics." These issues include the following significant articles: "The Production of a Linguistic Bibliography" (Pete Unseth); "How to Write a Grammatical Sketch (Without Putting Your Readers to Sleep)" (Thomas E. Payne); "The Voice of the Verb" (Ursula Wiesemann); "A Preliminary Examination of Timing in Nyanja Narrative Discourse" (Ernst Wendland); "Suggestions for the Field Linguist Regarding Quotations" (Robert A. Dooley); "Computing in Linguistics: A Tool for Exploring Morphology" (Gary F. Simons); "Writing 'Nickel Knowledge' Articles" (Howard W. Law); "Charting Verbs for Discourse Analysis" Rene Vallette); "The Verb Phrase in Ika," (Paul S. Frank); "A Brief Sketch of Fleming's Stratificational Model" (Brian L. Migliazza); "Tone Analysis in African Languages" (Ursula Wiesemann); "Survey Report of 'A Dialect Survey in the Mam Area of Guatemala,'" (Wesley M. Collins); "Transitivity and Ergativity in Panare" (Thomas E. Payne); "Notes on Making Bilingual Dictionaries" (Charles Peck); "Aspect-Mood Distinctions" (Ursula Wiesemann); "My Logic Doesn't Match Yours: Limits to Translation Imposed by Cognitive Development" (Geoffrey Hunt); "Verb Combinations with a Verb Phrase" (Ursula Wiesemann); "Computing in Linguistics: Lex, Yacc, and Quechua Numeral Phrases" (David J. Weber); and "Special Considerations for Creole Surveys" (Barbara F. Grimes). Conference summaries and announcements are also included. (MSE)
Publication Type: Collected Works - Serials
Education Level: N/A
Audience: Practitioners
Language: English
Sponsor: N/A
Authoring Institution: Summer Inst. of Linguistics, Dallas, TX.
Identifiers - Location: Guatemala