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Investigations of the Syntax–Semantics–Pragmatics Interface
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PhD students are also encouraged to publish and attend conferences in their own right, and funds are provided to help them with this. Katrin Hiietam organized a workshop and gave a paper on the comparative syntax of the circum-Baltic languages at the 18th Scandinavian Conference on Linguistics Lund The following are articles that were published by our graduate students names in bold either on their own or in collaboration with a member of staff during their time in our department: Aski, Janice Verbal suppletion: an analysis of Italian, French and Spanish to go. Linguistics Cruse, D. Lexicology , 1: Leigh, Kate Romani elements in present-day Calo.
The Romani element in non-standard speech , Wiesbaden: Harrassowitz, pp. Roma eds Sintassi storica , Rome: Bulzoni, pp. Lewis ed.
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Australian Journal of Linguistics Giacalone Ramat e G. Rocco Galeas eds From Pragmatics to Syntax. Modality in Second Language Acquisition. In addition two more more awards have been made for PhDs jointly supervised between Linguistics and German. We have also had three students with ORS awards whose grants have been supplemented from University funds.
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We have in the John Rylands a major academic library with many specialist research collections. Such links find expression in the shared organization of conferences, co-supervision of PhD students and joint applications for grants. Likewise, the retirement of Alan Cruttenden has reduced our activity in English phonetics. On the other hand we have strengthened our activities in the areas of phonology and morphology, and in language contact, bilingualism, creole studies and language endangerment, which did not figure centrally in our return.
We have also expanded the range of languages with which we deal and, where appropriate, these are now listed in what follows as separate areas of activity. The groupings set out below represent our current research priorities and foci. They are not formally autonomous and mutually exclusive entities, but rather express recurrent strands of research which we try to promote not only in our publications but also through conferences, the grants we obtain, the choice of doctoral topics and the organization of seminars and special interest reading groups.
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HRB major grant. I was just being facetious about Scots whose back vowels are all strongly centralized. Anonymous: Yeah, that is true about the checked-free distinction, however, I see no reason of postulating such a distinction on this level of description seen from a "universal typological perspective". Centring diphthongs do really seem to make things messy, though although they may be entirely excluded from the phoneme inventory. I support mallamb's inquiry.
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As such, the usual vowel system diagram we use can be misleading. So in effect, we're only speaking about a "one-off asymmetry", ie. I don't know of any offhand. Does anyone else? Isn't conservative Irish Englsh almost perfectly symmetrical?
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Did all the comments disappear that I made yesterday night??? Does Wichita count? Thank you. I'll look that language up. Not now, it's too late at night.
From a universal typological perspective, we sort of expect vowel systems to be more or less symmetrical. There is a feeling of orderliness about the vowels of Latin, Spanish, Modern Greek, Japanese, and Swahili, with their 5-vowel system nicely balanced between front and back, high and low.
From this typological perspective English is however rather messy — particularly the types of English where historical monophthongs have developed into assorted diphthongs. Sadly for us, though, younger speakers are reportedly simplifying their consonant system. Posted by John Wells at Pete 18 February at Richard L. Ryan 18 February at Christian 18 February at AJD 18 February at John Maidment 18 February at Levente Frindt 18 February at
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