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LINGUIST List 18.533

Sun Feb 18 2007

Qs: Questionnaire of English Morphology

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        1.    Ai-li Hsin, Questionnaire of English Morphology

Message 1: Questionnaire of English Morphology
Date: 18-Feb-2007
From: Ai-li Hsin <gealhsinnknucc.nknu.edu.tw>
Subject: Questionnaire of English Morphology

I am an associate professor at National Koahsiung Normal University.
Currently I am working on Chinese EFL students' acquisition of English
morphological development. I need native speakers of English to help me
with a questionnaire to check if there are actually morphological rules in
native speakers' minds. And if yes, what are they?

If your mother tongue is English, would you like to help me with this task?

Ai-li Hsin

Linguistic Field(s): Language Acquisition

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