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Wed Jul 27 2011
Qs: Speakers of Danish, Faroese, Swedish, Norwegian
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1. Ulrike Carlson ,
Speakers of Danish, Faroese, Swedish, Norwegian
Message 1: Speakers of Danish, Faroese, Swedish, Norwegian
From: Ulrike Carlson <ulrike-carlsonuiowa.edu>
Subject: Speakers of Danish, Faroese, Swedish, Norwegian
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Subject: Participants Needed for a Research Study on Use of
Prepositions and Postpositions in the Germanic Languages
I am currently conducting a research study involving native speakers of
Danish, Faroese, Swedish and Norwegian in order to learn more about
prepositions and postpositions and their properties in the Germanic
If you agree to be in the study, you will be asked to complete a
questionnaire about your native language. The respective
questionnaires can be accessed here (copy and paste into your
browser's address line):
I would appreciate it if you would consider participating in this study
and forwarding this e-mail message to other adult native speakers who
might be willing to participate. Please do not hesitate to contact me if
you have questions. I look forward to your participation.
Ulrike L. Carlson
Department of German, University of Iowa
111 Phillips Hall, Iowa City, IA 52242 USA
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