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LINGUIST List 18.2447

Mon Aug 20 2007

Qs: Questionnaire on Spatial Relations

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        1.    Irene Cordovani, Questionnaire on Spatial Relations


Message 1: Questionnaire on Spatial Relations
Date: 20-Aug-2007
From: Irene Cordovani <irene_cordovanihotmail.com>
Subject: Questionnaire on Spatial Relations
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I'm looking for native speakers of European languages who could help me.

I'm collecting data about the encoding of static spatial relations on the
vertical axis by means of a questionnaire.

If you want to help me and fill in the questionnaire (you'll need about
10-15 minutes) write me an e-mail (irene_cordovanihotmail.com) and I'll
send it to you.

Thank you very much,
Irene Cordovani

Linguistic Field(s): Typology



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