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Wed Oct 14 2009
Qs: Linguistic Questionnaire about Adverb Use
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Linguistic Questionnaire about Adverb Use
Message 1: Linguistic Questionnaire about Adverb Use
From: Patrick Ludwig <ludwp000students.uni-mainz.de>
Subject: Linguistic Questionnaire about Adverb Use
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Please take a few short moments to complete this online survey. All main
instructions and the purpose of this questionnaire will be explained on the
webpage itself. The web address is
Please invest - or rather donate - a few minutes of your time to aid and
foster this study. The online survey is completely anonymous. It consists
of 15 questions and 15 comment fields pertaining to each question. It is
directed at adult native speakers of English.
How to Take the Survey:
Visit the site on the servers of the English department at Mainz
In the unlikely case that the page should not be available you can also use
a mirror site: http://www.module23.com/client/pat/adverb_questionnaire.php
If you have resolved to help foster the study project, please populate ALL
fields and tick ALL check boxes otherwise the entire survey will not be
transmitted and all your efforts will be lost.
In order to keep the survey page as privacy-friendly (or least
privacy-invasive) as possible, no cookies will be stored on your computer.
Therefore, the survey cannot be paused or resumed after the page has been
left which means that it has to be completed in one session.
If you do not wish or can not take the survey but want to further promote
this study, you're particularly encouraged to distribute this email to
other native speakers of English.
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