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LINGUIST List 18.3542

Tue Nov 27 2007

FYI: Study on the Acquisition of Brazilian Portuguese

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        1.    Karina Molsing, Study on the Acquisition of Brazilian Portuguese

Message 1: Study on the Acquisition of Brazilian Portuguese
Date: 26-Nov-2007
From: Karina Molsing <karinaveronica21yahoo.com>
Subject: Study on the Acquisition of Brazilian Portuguese
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Dear Colleagues,

I am a doctorate student in Porto Alegre, Brazil and I am doing a study on
the acquisition of Brazilian Portuguese (BP). I am testing native speakers
of BP and would also like to test native speakers of English learning BP as
a second language. Unfortunately, I do not have much access to native
speakers of English learning BP. I was wondering if there are any
Portuguese language teachers who are willing to cooperate with me on
applying to their students a simple 20-question multiple choice task. The
survey can be accessed via the link below and should take no longer than
10-15 minutes to complete. Also, I would be grateful if there are any
members of this list who are native speakers of English learning Portuguese
as a second language who would be willing to participate in the study. I
would really appreciate any kind of help.

Thank you for your attention,
Karina V. Molsing

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Linguistic Field(s): Applied Linguistics; General Linguistics; Language Acquisition; Syntax

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