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Re: Linguistic Resources

Post by Ceresz » 21 Apr 2012 12:51

Just in case anyone's interested, here's a link to An Acoustic Analysis of Vowel Pronunciation in Swedish Dialects.

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Re: Linguistic Resources

Post by Xing » 23 Apr 2012 17:18

A Dictionary of the Kentish Dialect and Provincialisms in the Use in the County of Kent
A Glossary of the Provincialisms in Use in the County of Sussex

Note that these are from the 19th century, and need not always reflect the speech of young people accurately.

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Re: Linguistic Resources

Post by QuantumWraith » 14 May 2012 19:57

I don't know if this one's been posted already, but here's something I found today beginning conlangers might find useful. http://www.nativlang.com/linguistics/gr ... essons.php
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Re: Linguistic Resources

Post by Solarius » 18 May 2012 22:22

Does anyone have any in-depth grammars of Khoisan languages?(Excluding the Tanzanian outliers)
Check out Ussaria!

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Re: Linguistic Resources

Post by Click » 28 May 2012 18:14

Does anyone have a grammar of any Australian Aboriginal or Muskogean language?

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Re: Linguistic Resources

Post by Solarius » 28 May 2012 23:56

Xaro wrote:Does anyone have a grammar of any Australian Aboriginal or Muskogean language?
Ngarla
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Re: Linguistic Resources

Post by Click » 29 May 2012 06:42

I have the Ngarla grammar. IIRC I saw it on the Conlangery Podcast.
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Re: Linguistic Resources

Post by Kaylee » 19 Jun 2012 22:57

That is a very helpful site, 2-4. Thank you for sharing it! [+1]
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Re: Linguistic Resources

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I cannot access those websites. They're "Mobileme", aren't they? I get a message saying it's closed.


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Post by thaen » 19 Jul 2012 21:40

Does anyone have a reliable grammar for a polysynthetic language preferable nounless [B)]?
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Post by Xing » 24 Jul 2012 12:28

eldin raigmore wrote: I cannot access those websites. They're "Mobileme", aren't they? I get a message saying it's closed.
Unfortynately, they seem to have disappeared.

However, a thesis on interrogatives, which may be of interest: A typology of non-selective interrogative pronominals.

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Re: Linguistic Resources

Post by eldin raigmore » 25 Jul 2012 01:41

I can't help feeling kinda sorry for the author whose name is "Idiatov".

It's sort of the same feeling I get when I see the statue of the angel Moroni on the Mormon Tabernacle.

Anyway: Thanks! I can see both of those papers, and look forward to reading them -- someday soon, but not today.

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