LINGUIST List 8.1148

Wed Aug 6 1997

Qs: Trees, Italian Applied, Russian diss

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  1. P.A.Rowlett, Trees
  2. Helene Ossipov, Italian Applied Linguistics
  3. S J Hannahs, Obtaining a Russian doctoral dissertation

Message 1: Trees

Date: 6 Aug 97 11:35
From: P.A.Rowlett <>
Subject: Trees

Dear all,

This is a call to anyone who has experience of producing syntactic trees
using Corel WordPerfect 7 running under Windows. My attempts so far have
been very hit and miss. Any tips would be greatly appreciated.



Dr Paul Rowlett
Head of French
Department of Modern Languages
University of Salford
Salford M5 4WT
Greater Manchester
United Kingdom
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Message 2: Italian Applied Linguistics

Date: Wed, 06 Aug 1997 11:39:04 -0700 (MST)
From: Helene Ossipov <ATHXOASUVM.INRE.ASU.EDU>
Subject: Italian Applied Linguistics

A student has asked me if there are any programs in the U.S. in Italian
Applied Linguistics, or a program that would allow her to combine Italian
with Applied Linguistics. She is also interested in Classroom discourse
in Italian. Thanks much.

Dr. Helene Ossipov
Associate Professor of French
Dept.of Languages and Literatures
Box 870202
Arizona State University
Tempe, AZ 85287-0202
Phone: (602) 965-7670
Fax: (602) 965-0135
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Message 3: Obtaining a Russian doctoral dissertation

Date: Tue, 5 Aug 1997 10:14:25 +0100 (BST)
From: S J Hannahs <>
Subject: Obtaining a Russian doctoral dissertation

Dear Linguists, 

I'm currently directing the MA dissertation of a student looking at the
influence of L1 Berber on L2 Moroccan Arabic and French. She's found a
reference to a doctoral dissertation done at the Institute of Oriental
Studies in Moscow, but we've had no luck in obtaining a copy. We'd be
grateful for any tips on getting hold of this dissertation (or indeed for
further references on the topic!). The specific reference is: 

Sallou, M. 1993. The influence of Tamazight on Moroccan Arabic.
	Unpublished doctoral dissertation, Russian Academy for Science,
	Institute of Oriental Studies, Moscow.

Many thanks, 
S.J. Hannahs

		Dr S.J. Hannahs 
		Department of Linguistics and English Language
		University of Durham, Elvet Riverside, 
		Durham, DH1 3JT phone: +44 (0)191 374-2646
		United Kingdom fax: +44 (0)191 374-2685
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