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LINGUIST List 17.471

Mon Feb 13 2006

Qs: Child's Corpus Data, Spontaneous Speech Data

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Message 1: Child's Corpus Data, Spontaneous Speech Data
Date: 10-Feb-2006
From: JianBang Wang <g92130007ccu.edu.tw>
Subject: Child's Corpus Data, Spontaneous Speech Data


Dear Researchers,

For my thesis, the development of child's metaphor, I need many children's
spontaneous speech data, which age range from 3 yrs to early adolscence.
Both Mandarin or English are good for me to analyze. Does anyone know where
can I borrow the data? It will be very appreciated. The data is only used
in academic reasearch.

Best regards,

JianBang Wang. CCU. Taiwan.

Linguistic Field(s): Language Acquisition

Subject Language(s): Chinese, Mandarin (cmn)
English (eng)


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