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LINGUIST List 20.550

Fri Feb 20 2009

Qs: Seeking Native Speakers of Hausa

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        1.    Philip Davis, Seeking Native Speakers of Hausa

Message 1: Seeking Native Speakers of Hausa
Date: 19-Feb-2009
From: Philip Davis <pwdrice.edu>
Subject: Seeking Native Speakers of Hausa
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I am looking for (a) native speaker(s) of Hausa who would be willing to
respond to a few questions about Hausa usage. There may be 6 to 8
questions, but they should be fairly precise and not require too much time
(I think). If you are willing, I can provide the sentences in an e-mail
(without indication of tone) or in a pdf file (with tone marked). You may
respond to me at pwdrice.edu. Thanks in advance for your help.

Philip Davis

Linguistic Field(s): General Linguistics

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