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Wed Sep 30 2009

Qs: Lexical Questionnaire for Word Evolution Research

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        1.    Andreea Calude, Lexical Questionnaire for Word Evolution Research

Message 1: Lexical Questionnaire for Word Evolution Research
Date: 25-Sep-2009
From: Andreea Calude <acaludegmail.com>
Subject: Lexical Questionnaire for Word Evolution Research
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Dear LINGUIST List readers,

I am a linguist based at the University of Reading and currently
undertaking research which aims to model word evolution. I am looking for
participants to take part in my two minute (and it is two minutes!) online
questionnaire. It is anonymous and purely voluntary.

I aim to obtain data from both males and females, young and old, and in
general anyone who considers themselves to have native-speaker abilities in
English.

The link to the questionnaire can be found here:

http://www.calude.net/andreea

Many thanks in advance for your time,
Andreea Calude

a.s.caludereading.ac.uk
Lyle Building,
University of Reading,
Reading,
RG6 6AJ, UK

Linguistic Field(s): Historical Linguistics

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