LINGUIST List 22.3431|
Tue Aug 30 2011
Qs: Surveys on Danish, Faroese, Swedish, Norwegian
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1. Ulrike Carlson ,
Surveys on Danish, Faroese, Swedish, Norwegian
Message 1: Surveys on Danish, Faroese, Swedish, Norwegian
From: Ulrike Carlson <ulrike-carlsonuiowa.edu>
Subject: Surveys on Danish, Faroese, Swedish, Norwegian
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Subject: Additional Participants Needed for a Research Study on the
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
I still need several speakers of these languages. Data collection will
end on 09/20/2011. If you know anyone who is a native speaker of
these languages, it would be great if this message could be passed on.
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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