Do you speak Catalan and have English level A2 or B2? Help us with this research!


Radboud University (Nijmegen, Netherlands) is running a study called “Naming objects in English“; the aim is to research how speakers of Catalan learn English, based on an analysis of the names given to different objects while playing a game.

The researcher leading this study, Lieke van Maastricht, is collaborating with Núria Esteve-Gibert, an associate professor in the UOC’s Faculty of Psychology and Education Sciences. They’d like your help with the study, and you have until 27 April to take part.

It’s very easy: complete this form and they’ll get in touch with you via video call. It won’t take more than 20 minutes, and it will contribute to learning how adults learn certain aspects of foreign languages.

Thank you very much for your help!

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