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LINGUIST List 21.3295

Sun Aug 15 2010

Qs: Survey for American and Canadian Native English Speakers

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        1.    Ankelien Schippers, Survey for American and Canadian Native English Speakers

Message 1: Survey for American and Canadian Native English Speakers
Date: 13-Aug-2010
From: Ankelien Schippers <a.schippersrug.nl>
Subject: Survey for American and Canadian Native English Speakers
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I am looking for people who are willing to participate in an online
grammaticality judgment task. The task consists of judging English
sentences on their grammaticality by giving them a rating from 1-10. It
takes about 15-20 minutes to complete. The results will not be linked to
your name in any way, and all personal details are kept strictly
confidential

I need people that meet the following requirements:

Language: native speaker of American or Canadian English (meaning
you are not bilingual, or have grown up in a bilingual environment.
Some knowledge of a foreign language is not problematic). No
advanced knowledge of syntax.

If you are willing to participate, then go to
http://www.lscp.free.fr/Judgments/Experience/Split-Ank.php to do the
experiment and read detailed instructions. Or, if you know of others
that fit the above requirements, please feel free to forward it on to
them.

If you have any questions regarding this experiment, or encounter any
problems while doing the experiment, please e-mail me at:
a.schippersrug.nl

Your help will be greatly appreciated!

Best regards,

Ankelien Schippers

Linguistic Field(s): Syntax

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