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LINGUIST List 19.340

Wed Jan 30 2008

Qs: Urdu and Punjabi Speaking Linguists Required

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        1.    Amanda Howett, Urdu and Punjabi Speaking Linguists Required

Message 1: Urdu and Punjabi Speaking Linguists Required
Date: 29-Jan-2008
From: Amanda Howett <amanda.howettbcu.ac.uk>
Subject: Urdu and Punjabi Speaking Linguists Required
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I am a speech and language therapist and I am currently developing an
aphasia screening test in Urdu and one in Punjabi. I am looking for Urdu
and Punjabi speaking linguists to carry out analysis of sentences for the
comprehension section of the screen. A small honorarium is available.

Linguistic Field(s): Applied Linguistics

Subject Language(s): Panjabi, Eastern (pan)
                            Urdu (urd)

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