LINGUIST List 17.2437|
Wed Aug 30 2006
Qs: S-prefixation in Slavic (Russian);Noun Incorporation
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S-prefixation in Slavic (Russian)
Message 1: S-prefixation in Slavic (Russian)
From: Tatsuhide Mizoe <knanahoshigmail.com>
Subject: S-prefixation in Slavic (Russian)
I am a Ph.D student in linguistics working on S-prefixation in Russian. I
am wondering if there are articles or books already mentioned on this topic
in other Slavic languages.
I greatly appreciate your info.
Message 2: Noun Incorporation
From: Maria Polinsky <polinskyling.ucsd.edu>
Subject: Noun Incorporation
I am looking for problem sets on Noun Incorporation--it does not matter
what language is used for illustration. If you have something designed for
a course in morphology or syntax please share.
Many thanks in advance.
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