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1- Introduction
2- Research questions
3- Objectives of the research
4- Hypothesis
5- Study design
6- The Setting
7- Tools of data collection
8- Sources of data collection
9- Methodology
10- Final Report
11- Problems and Limitations

* In which level, dialects of Sialkot and Jhelum differ?
* Do economic conditions of the speakers put effects on dialect variations? * What are the social stratifications of the people of Sialkot and Jhelum? * What are the effects of geographical distance between the two areas on their dialects? 3- OBJECTIVES OF RESEARCH

* To obtain a clear picture of the dialect variations of the people of Sialkot and Jhelum through indicators like pronunciation, accent, lexis, syntax, semantic structure etc. * To establish a relationship between the social conditions of the people and various ways they speak. * To highlight the problems and shortcomings faced by the local population during mutual conversation and suggest some solutions for it. * To expose the students to the problems and difficulties encountered during the performance of field survey and the collection of primary data direct from the field. * To train the students in the statistical techniques of processing, analyzing and presenting the collected data.

“People of Sialkot and Jhelum speak differently with respect to their pronunciation, accent, lexis, syntax and semantic structure.” 5- STUDY DESIGN
We are going to undertake a research on dialect variations and the better study method for this type of research is Descriptive Research. We select Descriptive Research Design for our research.

* We are going to take students in University of Gujrat belonging to Sialkot and Jhelum as our population. * Both male and female can be a part of our study.
* We will give background information of...
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