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LINGUIST List 23.1809

Mon Apr 09 2012

Qs: English Speakers Needed: Pragmatics Survey

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Date: 08-Apr-2012
From: Ali Malmir <a.malmiryahoo.com>
Subject: English Speakers Needed: Pragmatics Survey
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My name is Ali Malmir and I am a PhD candidate of TEFL at Allameh
Tabataba’i University, Tehran, Iran. I need to validate a pragmatic test on
speech acts by 60 native speakers of English. I have many financial
problems disabling me to travel to the United States of America. But I should
validate the test as a part of my PhD dissertation.

I am looking for native English speakers to take a Pragmatic Test on English
speech acts. You can access the survey here:

http://kwiksurveys.com?s=LNEKFI_57bd5605

I really appreciate your help.
Best regards
Ali Malmir
a.malmiryahoo.com
+98 912 497 0116

Linguistic Field(s): Pragmatics

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