LINGUIST List 25.2272|
Fri May 23 2014
Qs: Paid survey: Negation in Languages of the World
Editor for this issue: Alex Isotalo
From: James Chancharu <naruadoloutlook.com>
Subject: Paid Survey: Negation in Languages of the World
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Hello! My name is James Chancharu, a PhD student at the University of Cambridge. My research project involves gathering comparative data from many languages. So I’m recruiting native speakers (both linguists and non-linguists) of the following languages to help with paid translation tasks.
-AND OTHER LANGUAGES OF ASIA, AFRICA AND THE AMERICAS
Task: Translating 50 English sentences into your language, using either the English transliteration or IPA transcription
Reimbursement: 20 pounds (=34 US dollars) paid via Paypal
Examples of English sentences to be translated:
She has read the book.
She has not read the book.
We have a house.
We don’t have a house.
Read the book!
Don’t read the book!
If you are interested, please kindly let me know. Thank you very much.
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