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Tue Sep 14 2010
Qs: Survey: French and Arabic Use in Tunisia and Morocco
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Survey: French and Arabic Use in Tunisia and Morocco
Message 1: Survey: French and Arabic Use in Tunisia and Morocco
From: Rebekah Post <bekipostmail.utexas.edu>
Subject: Survey: French and Arabic Use in Tunisia and Morocco
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Dear LINGUIST community,
I am studying the use of French and Arabic in Tunisia and Morocco as
heard by native speakers of Tunisian and Moroccan Arabic who also
speak French fluently. For this study, a part of my MA thesis, I am in
need of native speakers of these two dialects who are at least 18 years
I am carrying out a survey of these speakers by internet in order to
learn their opinions on certain recorded sentences. Completing the
survey will take approximately 20-30 minutes. The survey requires
access to a computer with internet, preferably with headphones, or
else with speakers.
If you could forward this information on to anyone you know who is
from Tunisia or Morocco, and complete the survey if you are, I would
appreciate it greatly.
The survey is country-specific and can be found at the sites below:
If you have any questions about the survey or my project in general, I
invite you to contact me at bekipostmail.utexas.edu.
Thank you in advance for your assistance on this project,
Department of French and Italian
University of Texas at Austin
Subject Language(s): Arabic, Tunisian Spoken (aeb)
Arabic, Moroccan Spoken (ary)
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