“Euripides’s Medea: A Subversive Thought Experiment.”



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Göktürk, Nazlınur; Gracanın Yüksek, Martına; Department of English Language Teaching (2016)
This thesis examines how Turkish learners of English interpret constructions involving negation and a universal quantifier phrase such as every squirrel didn’t pick up nuts. Two experiments were conducted in this study. The first experiment, which consisted of an off-line acceptability rating task, was devised to set the baseline for Turkish and English native speakers’ scope interpretations of the target constructions, and to test how L2 learners with different proficiency levels (i.e., intermediate and ad...
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N. Birlik and Ö. Yakut Tütüncüoğlu, ““Euripides’s Medea: A Subversive Thought Experiment.”,” 2019, Accessed: 00, 2021. [Online]. Available: https://hdl.handle.net/11511/86805.