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Tue Feb 07 2012

Qs: Survey of 'Tag Questions' used in the UK + Ireland

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Message 1: Survey of 'Tag Questions' used in the UK + Ireland
Date: 07-Feb-2012
From: Andreas Schmidt <aschmidstudents.uni-mainz.de>
Subject: Survey of 'Tag Questions' used in the UK + Ireland
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My name is Andreas Schmidt, I'm preparing a paper about the word ''innit''
for a course of pragmatics at the Johannes Gutenberg Universit├Ąt Mainz,
Germany.

This is a survey of 'Tag Questions' used in the United Kingdom and the
Republic of Ireland, plus two to three questions about the word ''innit.''
It is aimed at all English-speakers from the British Isles, please fill out
the ten to eleven questions and please send the link to your friends and
family.

https://docs.google.com/spreadsheet/viewform?formkey=dFdHQmRYR0UxZUlJQktoVF9fU2J5RHc6MQ#gid=0


All results will be available for everyone to see:
https://docs.google.com/spreadsheet/ccc?key=0AuuwUBtvVl8edFdHQmRYR0UxZUlJQktoVF9fU2J5RHc#gid=0

Thank you very much!

Linguistic Field(s): Discourse Analysis
                            Pragmatics


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