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LINGUIST List 21.1771

Mon Apr 12 2010

Qs: Word Frequency Survey in Shanghai Chinese

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        1.    Jie Zhang, Word Frequency Survey in Shanghai Chinese

Message 1: Word Frequency Survey in Shanghai Chinese
Date: 10-Apr-2010
From: Jie Zhang <zhangku.edu>
Subject: Word Frequency Survey in Shanghai Chinese
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I'm looking for native speakers of Shanghai Chinese to take this survey
about word frequencies in the language:


The survey is a pretest for future experiments that will look at the
productivity of tone sandhi patterns in different morphosyntactic
contexts in Shanghai Chinese. Please help if you are a native speaker
of the language or know someone who is that you can pass the link to.
Your assistance is greatly appreciated.

Please direct questions to Jie Zhang at zhangku.edu.

Linguistic Field(s): Morphology
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