Particle placement in Ontario English

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Description: This study grew out of a collaboration with Sali A. Tagliamonte (University of Toronto) and started in 2016 with a 5-month research stay where I collected the data from the Ontario Dialects Project. Sentences with alternating particle placement (pick up the book vs. pick the book up) were sampled from six communities including Toronto, Kirkland Lake, Thunderbay, North Bay, Timmins and Teminskaming Shores. The project was then finished in 2019 with another 1-month research stay in Toronto.

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    This manual describes the dataframe of the particle placement dataset.

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