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Exercises for Learning to Mark T-units

Date Submitted: 26-Aug-2011
From: Karen Lichtman
Subject: Exercises for Learning to Mark T-units
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Notice: I'm teaching an undergraduate RA to mark T-units in L2 acquisition data, and I was just wondering if anyone has exercises (with answers to check) that they've used to teach students what T-units are.

Because of the way Google ignores punctuation, 't-unit' is quite ungoogleable, so I haven't been able to find resources online. Thanks for any help you can provide.