PhD study: Linguistics, question
Thread poster: NataliaCamomile
Nov 8, 2017

Dear All,

I'm a PhD student in linguistics, also a beginner in translations.

I'm currently running my research on the perception of recorded utterances at the Department of English, Nicolaus Copernicus University in Toruń, Poland.

I'm looking for native speakers of English who would be so kind so as to help me with my (anonymous) questionnaire.

I would be grateful if you could find 5 minutes for my study and complete the questionnaire attached here (created in google docs) :

https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSdgxd2RoDfpYfK71x3dsKydW8HFBDXJ3W4KWOOBcxk5IgoXiQ/viewform


The questioannaire is very simple and won't take long.

If you have some time and could devote it to my questionnaire, I would be happyicon_smile.gif

Kind regards,
Natalia Pałka


 


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