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Sun Mar 09 2008

Qs: L'utilisation des pronoms 'tu'et 'vous'

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        1.    Feray BASKIN, L'utilisation des pronoms 'tu'et 'vous'


Message 1: L'utilisation des pronoms 'tu'et 'vous'
Date: 06-Mar-2008
From: Feray BASKIN <jackybaskingmail.com>
Subject: L'utilisation des pronoms 'tu'et 'vous'
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Bonjour,
Pour mon cours de sociolinguistique j'ai prepare un petit questionnaire sur
les pronoms ''tu'' et ''vous'' du francais. Pour cela, je cherche des
locuteurs natifs du francais hexagonal.
Je vous serais extrement reconnaissante si vous pouviez participer a ma
petite enquete sociolinguitsiuqe. Je me ferais un plaisir de nous
communiquer les resultats a la fin de l'analyse.
Merci de bien vouloir me contacter, le plus rapidement possible, si vous
etes interesse afin que je puisse pour envoyer le questionnaire.

Mille mercis...


(Feray BASKIN: jackybaskingmail.com)

Linguistic Field(s): Anthropological Linguistics
                            Applied Linguistics
                            Discourse Analysis
                            Language Acquisition
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