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Thread poster: SilviuM

SilviuM
Romania
Local time: 02:29
Romanian to English
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Dec 8, 2008

Fellow Prozians,

I've returned hic et nunc with a slightly more difficult matter to attend to: a study on language.
Here's the story: a friend of mine (i.e., English native speaker - American -) just finished a thesis on the types of language that are used in TV gameshows intended for children and/or adult audiences. So, as she finished it, she'd like now to learn of linguists that did similar comparisons between these two types; a comparison of comparisons, in other words.icon_smile.gif

Could you help me?


Thanks!


 

SilviuM
Romania
Local time: 02:29
Romanian to English
+ ...
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Unanswerable? :-) Jan 5, 2009

Well, it seems that I asked the question and that the Prozians just can find the answer for it... Anyway, it's kinda late now for it.

Thanks!


 


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