29.2904, Qs: Request for Participation in Sentence Judgments

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Subject: 29.2904, Qs: Request for Participation in Sentence Judgments

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Date: Sat, 14 Jul 2018 12:25:10
From: Karen Glaser [karen.glaser at uni-leipzig.de]
Subject: Request for Participation in Sentence Judgments

My name is Karen Glaser, and I am an applied linguist and language teacher
educator at University of Leipzig, Germany.

For a current project on language awareness, I would like to request the input
of native English speakers on the correctness/appropriateness of utterances.

I have developed an online questionnaire with 17 short every-day situations
which asks the participants to decide whether the final line in the dialog is
unproblematic or problematic in some respect. My hope is that the violations
are obvious and ''stand out'' to a native speaker more or less right away, so
the task is hopefully rather straightforward and NOT to find problems/errors
where there are none.
The survey takes about 20-25min to complete. You can also pause and continue
at a later time if you store or write down the code you'll see in the top
right-hand corner.

This is the link: https://www.umfrageonline.com/s/72b7ecd

I would be very grateful if you could spare the time to help me with my data
collection. If you have any questions about my project, don't hesitate to
contact me at karen.glaser at uni-leipzig.de.

Thank you for considering my request.


Karen Glaser

Linguistic Field(s): Applied Linguistics
                     General Linguistics

Subject Language(s): English (eng)


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