sub68

Elicitation of, explicit linguistic means used by speakers of the Czech sign language for expressing temporal simultaneity, ,
Elicitation of, explicit linguistic means used by speakers of the Czech sign language for expressing temporal simultaneity, ,
There is no sound in this commercial.
Elicitation of, explicit linguistic means used by speakers of the Czech sign language for expressing temporal simultaneity, ,
This commercial was watched twice by the subject.
Elicitation of, explicit linguistic means used by speakers of the Czech sign language for expressing temporal simultaneity, ,
This commercial was watched twice by the subject.
Elicitation of, explicit linguistic means used by speakers of the Czech sign language for expressing temporal simultaneity, ,
There is no sound with this commercial; it is also slowed down.
Elicitation of, explicit linguistic means used by speakers of the Czech sign language for expressing temporal simultaneity, ,
This commercial was watched twice by the subject.
Elicitation of, explicit linguistic means used by speakers of the Czech sign language for expressing temporal simultaneity, ,
Elicitation of, explicit linguistic means used by speakers of the Czech sign language for expressing temporal simultaneity, ,
Elicitation of, explicit linguistic means used by speakers of the Czech sign language for expressing temporal simultaneity, ,
Elicitation of, explicit linguistic means used by speakers of the Czech sign language for expressing temporal simultaneity, ,
The hearing assistant is translating certain scenes for the subject.
Elicitation of, explicit linguistic means used by speakers of the Czech sign language for expressing temporal simultaneity, ,

Citation

Barbara Schmiedtova (2001). Item "sub68" in collection "Barbsch-L2 data". The Language Archive. https://hdl.handle.net/1839/00-0000-0000-0000-690A-E. (Accessed 2024-04-22)

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