LINGUIST List 21.76|
Thu Jan 07 2010
Qs: German Native Speakers for Survey re: Loan Verbs
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German Native Speakers for Survey re: Loan Verbs
Message 1: German Native Speakers for Survey re: Loan Verbs
From: Jessica Plummer <jplummail.utexas.edu>
Subject: German Native Speakers for Survey re: Loan Verbs
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I am a graduate student in Germanic Studies at the University of Texas. I
am soliciting responses from German native speakers (any variety of German)
for a survey about the assimilation of English loan verbs in German.
The survey consists of a few demographic questions and 25 verb tasks.
Respondents have required an average of 15-20 minutes to complete the
survey. The link to the survey follows below. Forwarding the link is
acceptable and appreciated.
I will post a summary of the survey results.
University of Texas - Austin
Subject Language(s): German, Standard (deu)
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