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LINGUIST List 20.851

Fri Mar 13 2009

Qs: Question for Spanish Speakers about Diminutives

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        1.    Cheri Ackerman, Question for Spanish Speakers about Diminutives

Message 1: Question for Spanish Speakers about Diminutives
Date: 10-Mar-2009
From: Cheri Ackerman <cma7calvin.edu>
Subject: Question for Spanish Speakers about Diminutives
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I am an undergraduate student, and I am writing a paper about the formation
of diminutives in Spanish for my Spanish linguistics class. I am interested
in getting feedback from native Spanish-speakers on how they form
diminutives of 13 different words.

Below is the link to the survey. It has two pages and will ask you where
you were born, where you have lived for the last five years, and how you
would form diminutives of 13 Spanish words. It only takes a few minutes to
fill out, and it would help me a great deal with my paper.

Here is the link:


Thank you,

Linguistic Field(s): Morphology

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