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Looking for native British people!



Date Submitted: 15-Aug-2008
From: Zsuzsa Szamosfalvi
Subject: Looking for native British people!
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Institution/Organization: PPKE-BTK

Notice: If you are a native British speaker, please help me by filling out the questionnaire to my final paper.
I am a Hungarian student at Pázmány Péter Catholic University, Faculty of Humanities, in Budapest, Hungary. I kindly ask for your help to my final paper, which is based on sociolinguistics. I would like to compare British and Hungarian animal names used in addressing terms. I would concentrate on the similarities and differences between the two nations' -British and Hungarian- language use taking some morphological and syntactic questions into coonsideration. I do not have many acquaintances from Britain, so it would be a great help for me, if you could fill in my questionnaire. You can find it in the following page:
www.szamizsu.extra.hu
What you have to do is to go to this given site, and you will find my questionnaire there.
Everybody, who is a native British speaker, is welcome to fill in the questionnaire.
Thank you very much for your kindness and help! :)
Zsuzsa