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Sun Feb 14 2010

Qs: Participate in CEDEL2: Spanish Learner Corpus

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        1.    Cristobal Lozano, Participate in CEDEL2: Spanish Learner Corpus

Message 1: Participate in CEDEL2: Spanish Learner Corpus
Date: 12-Feb-2010
From: Cristobal Lozano <cristoballozanougr.es>
Subject: Participate in CEDEL2: Spanish Learner Corpus
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We are looking for volunteers to participate in an online study about
the Spanish Language. Corpus Escrito del EspaƱol L2 (CEDEL2) is a
corpus of learner Spanish containing well over half a million words
already. We are interested in how English native speakers learn

- If you are a learner of Spanish (any level), you can participate.
- If you are a Spanish instructor/lecturer, please get in touch with us.
- Spanish native speakers can also participate.
- Participants will get a printed certificate of participation plus their
results on a Spanish grammar placement test.

Participate online: http://www.uam.es/proyectosinv/woslac/cedel2.htm

Cristobal Lozano (University of Granada)

Linguistic Field(s): Language Acquisition

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