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Mon Feb 13 2012

Qs: Acquisition of French Pronomal Forms of Address

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        1.     Cameron Rothluebber , Acquisition of French Pronomal Forms of Address

Message 1: Acquisition of French Pronomal Forms of Address
Date: 10-Feb-2012
From: Cameron Rothluebber <cameron.rothluebbergmail.com>
Subject: Acquisition of French Pronomal Forms of Address
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We are conducting a research project that is examining the knowledge
native speakers of English have about the use of the pronouns 'tu' and
'vous' when learning French.

Taking the survey should take about 15 minutes of your time. The
survey contains sections in both English and French and consists of
multiple choice and yes/no questions with some opportunities for
comment (which would certainly be appreciated).

The survey is anonymous. If you have any questions about the survey,
you can contact Cameron Rothluebber, principle investigator, at
rothluebcltitan.sfasu.edu. Your participation in this survey is
completely voluntary; you do not have to participate and have the
option to stop the survey at any time.


Linguistic Field(s): Language Acquisition

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