Lexical Lexical

    1979

    1978

    1977

    • In The Methodology of Field Investigations in Linguistics, Kibrik gives ''an approximate list of sentences for the first encounter with the lexicon and grammar of the target language'' and a wordlist for the Minimum Dictionary in appendix 4 (pp 99-124).

    •  ''A questionnaire primarily designed for grammar-writing, but with useful structural questions that should be addressed in the field; the Lingua Questionnaire underlies the North Holland/Croom Helm/Routledge Descriptive grammar series. This questionnaire provides the basic questions for the description of many of the constructions found in human language. A large number of grammars have been written based on the questionnaire.

    1976

    • "Le choix des nominaux de la liste B a été fait en fonction des langues aux morphologies les plus complexes, les langues "à classes". Ainsi trouvera-t-on dans cette liste des termes de parentés, des termes se rapportant à la nature, des noms de parties du corps, des liquides, des aliments, des objets fabriqués, des animaux, des termes abstraits, des "verbo-nominaux". Pour les langues à morphologie plus simple, il ne sera pas toujours nécessaire d'épuiser cette liste". (Tersis, 1976: 369)

    • Il s'agit d'un chapitre dans l'ouvrage Enquete et description des langues à tradition orale. (Bouquiaux and M.C. Thomas,1976).

    • Ce questionnaire a été publié dans l'ouvrage Enquete et description des langues à tradition orale (Bouquiaux & Thomas, 1976). 

    1974

    1971

    • "The material for this questionnaire has been derived from dialectal work sheets, especially from A Compilation of The Work Sheets of the Linguistic Atlas of the United States and Canada and Asociated Projects, personal inquiries, and with the invaluable aid of Dr. Zacharias Thundyil, asistant professor of English, at Northern Michigan University." (Peterson and Thundyil, 1971:4)

    1964

    • ''this paper descrIbes the author's methods of handling unsophisticated informants while investigating the Teleefool language spoken by about 4000 people in the vicinity of Telefomin, Territory of New Guinea. The discussion includes several aspects of field methodology that have received scant attentIon in the literature to date: linguistic surveys, pair testing for phonology, monolingual informants, and the uses of tape recorders.'' (Healey, 1964: 1)

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