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  • Calgary Working Papers in Linguistics, Volume 7, Winter 1982 

    Jehn, Richard Douglas; Rowsell, Lorna (University of Calgary, Arts, Linguistics, University of Calgary, 1982-01)
    Owing to serious organizational difficulties combined with the heavy workloads of those involved with publication, this seventh issue of the Calgary Working Papers in Linguistics belatedly appears in February 1982. As in ...
  • Resistance to the syntagmatic influence of the vowel /a/ in Spanish 

    Anderson, James M (University of Calgary, Arts, Linguistics, University of Calgary, 1982-01)
    The relative intractability of the vowel /a/ to syntagmatic influence in Popular Latin and early Hispano-Romance seems to support the contention that this sound is unmarked and the most natural of the vocalic phonemes, a ...
  • The acquisition of word order in Korean* 

    Cho, Sook Whan (University of Calgary, Arts, Linguistics, University of Calgary, 1982-01)
    In the present thesis, I will study the acquisition of word order in Korean. As the acquisition of word order appears to be relevant to the acquisition of case markers in Korean, I will examine the acquisition of the ...
  • Some thoughts on Turkish voicing assimilation 

    Dobrovolsky, Michael (University of Calgary, Arts, Linguistics, University of Calgary, 1982-01)
    In this sketch, I shall be working within a framework of assumptions about phonology that includes the existence of statements about phonetic and phonological facts about language which I shall call general constraints. ...
  • Invented spelling in adults: more data* 

    Jehn, Richard Douglas (University of Calgary, Arts, Linguistics, University of Calgary, 1982-01)
    After learning the English alphabet, a very few children, perhaps 10% or less, 1 "spontaneously" begin to create their own "invented spellings." Children who participate in invented spelling activity are faced with the ...
  • Aspects of idiom* 

    Sayers, Coral (University of Calgary, Arts, Linguistics, University of Calgary, 1982-01)
    Weinreich (1969) defines an idiom as "a complex expression whose meaning cannot be derived from the meanings of its elements." This writer has collected examples of idioms from the English, German, Australian English, and ...
  • The forms of address in contemporary Polish 

    Tuszynska, Wanda E (University of Calgary, Arts, Linguistics, University of Calgary, 1982-01)
    In this paper we will attempt to describe the forms of address in present-day Polish and the patterning of their usage. Having no access to sources which could verify our hypotheses, we have thus based our judgments on ...