LINGUIST List 19.2414|
Sun Aug 03 2008
Qs: Questions on Language Mixing Involving English
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1. Edgar W.
Questions on Language Mixing Involving English
Message 1: Questions on Language Mixing Involving English
From: Edgar W. Schneider <edgar.schneidersprachlit.uni-regensburg.de>
Subject: Questions on Language Mixing Involving English
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I am interested in properties and uses of language forms in which English
gets mixed with local languages. For this purpose I have put together a
file with a list of questions to which you can get web access here:
I'd appreciate it very much if you could
(a) take a few minutes to respond to this questionnaire, fill it in/out and
send it back to me; and/or
(b) spread this file (and also this message) to others, e.g. to colleagues
and in particular students, who might also be willing to get involved and
Thank you very much for your time and effort, and I look forward to hearing
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