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LINGUIST List 19.3944

Sun Dec 21 2008

Qs: Spoken Mandarin Data

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        1.    Sara Giulivi, Spoken Mandarin Data

Message 1: Spoken Mandarin Data
Date: 21-Dec-2008
From: Sara Giulivi <sara.giuliviunibo.it>
Subject: Spoken Mandarin Data
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Dear List members,

We are doing a study on CV cooccurreces in the babbling of children
belonging to different linguistic backgrounds. In the study we are looking
at developmental trends from babbling to adult language.

At the moment we need frequency counts for combinations of phonemes in
adult spoken Mandarin.
In case you have such data, would you please contact me at the following
email address: sara.giuliviunibo.it

Thank you very much for your help,
Sara Giulivi (University of Bologna)

Linguistic Field(s): Language Acquisition

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