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LINGUIST List 16.2238

Fri Jul 22 2005

Qs: Instruments, Tests, Questionnaires; Words For 'If'

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        1.    Savas Yesilyurt, How to Find Instruments, Tests, Questionnaires
        2.    Bridget Copley, Languages With More Than One Word For 'If'

Message 1: How to Find Instruments, Tests, Questionnaires
Date: 21-Jul-2005
From: Savas Yesilyurt <savasatauni.edu.tr>
Subject: How to Find Instruments, Tests, Questionnaires

Hello Sir/Madam,

I am a research assistant at Ataturk University in Turkey. I will start the PhD
program at ELT Departmant of the Education Faculty. I want to study
Linguistics, in particular, Applied Linguistics. I need to learn how I can find
tests, questionnaires, measures, scales, etc. which I will need in my studies
and research on foreign language teaching, language teaching and learning. I
think you could help in finding the instruments I need.

Yours sincerely,

Ataturk University,
Kazým Karabekir Education Faculty,
The Foreign Language Teaching Department,
Erzurum, Turkey,
E-mail: Savasatauni.edu.tr

Linguistic Field(s): Applied Linguistics
Language Acquisition
Message 2: Languages With More Than One Word For 'If'
Date: 21-Jul-2005
From: Bridget Copley <copleyusc.edu>
Subject: Languages With More Than One Word For 'If'

I would like to be pointed to languages that have more than one word for ''if''.
I'm less interested in contrasts of the ''if'' vs. ''when'' kind, and more
interested in contrasts that have to do with two words that really are both
translated as ''if''. Thanks!

Linguistic Field(s): Morphology

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