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Old 10-29-2010, 05:47 AM
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Dear all,

I am currently working on my the processing of certain English constructions. As I am neither a native speaker of English nor living in the US, I designed a pilot study (link below under Pilot study1- English or Pilot study2-English) which I would very kindly ask you to complete.

Taking part in this experiment, you will be asked to continue 6 mini-discourses with five more continuation sentences. The six discourses are not related to each other in any way. [font=&quot]It is important that the five sentences you add constitute a logical and natural-sounding continuation of the initial sentences.

Here comes the link to the pilot studies: Sofiana Chiriacescu, Institut für Linguistik/Germanistik, Universität Stuttgart

Please complete either pilot study1-English or pilot study2-English.

Thank you in advance,
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