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LINGUIST List 21.978

Sat Feb 27 2010

Qs: Survey: Impact of Global English on Arabic

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        1.    John Morrow, Survey: Impact of Global English on Arabic

Message 1: Survey: Impact of Global English on Arabic
Date: 24-Feb-2010
From: John Morrow <drjamorrow3333hotmail.com>
Subject: Survey: Impact of Global English on Arabic
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Call for Survey Participants

Dr. John Andrew Morrow and Professor Barbara Castleton are
currently conducting research on the impact of Global English on the
Arabic Language. Native-speakers of Arabic, who are also proficient in
English, are kindly invited to complete the following online survey:


We thank you in advance for your kind help and cooperation.


Dr. John Andrew Morrow and Barbara Castleton

Linguistic Field(s): Sociolinguistics

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