ERIC Number: ED340196
Record Type: Non-Journal
Publication Date: 1989
Reference Count: N/A
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)
Descriptors: African Languages, Bibliographies, Cognitive Development, Computer Oriented Programs, Computer Software, Creoles, Dialects, Dictionaries, Discourse Analysis, Foreign Countries, Form Classes (Languages), Grammar, Language Research, Linguistic Theory, Linguistics, Morphology (Languages), Phrase Structure, Quechua, Technical Writing, Tone Languages, Translation, Uncommonly Taught Languages, Verbs
Publication Type: Collected Works - Serials
Education Level: N/A
Authoring Institution: Summer Inst. of Linguistics, Dallas, TX.
Identifiers - Location: Guatemala