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A.Benítez-Burraco Sep 19
European languages and dialects Source:
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Pandguin 54m
Untitled game: Word of the day! Extirpate - (verb) to destroy completely, literally pull up by the roots Crafted with Morphemes: ex - out stirps - rootstock Slowly our protagonist extirpated the mind fog from the world.
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Linguistics at Westminster Sep 18
📢 Delighted to announce this year’s Language and Research Seminars Open to all! Join us online on alternate Wednesdays at 16:00 (🇬🇧 🕰) Link:
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LAGB Student Committee Sep 21
A friendly reminder that you can apply for funding if: - you’re a UK based under/postgrad student in 👩🏽‍🎓 - you’re organising an event related to our discipline 👨🏼‍🎓 🗓 the deadline is 1st November 2020 👇🏻more info below 👇🏻
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Gasper Begus Sep 22
I gave a talk on modeling language with and . The abstract below. A great thing about Zoom is that recording can be shared. DM if you're interested.
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Marie-Aude Lefer Sep 22
Hot off the press! The 1st post- volume co-edited with "Translating and Comparing Languages: Corpus-based Insights" (Corpora and Language in Use, PUL ). With 13 chapters on corpus-based contrastive and studies
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Zanîn Ronahîye Sep 21
The importance respecting mother tongues, protecting, utilising and developing languages of the world including Kurdish and all its variant dialects and sub-dialects.
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Logan R. Kearsley Sep 20
A little over 5 years ago, I started a blog series on formalizing the semantics of a constructed language. At the time I was unaware of twitter--but now I'm not, so here ya go:
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Jala 19h
Sign languages is part of our linguistic diversity, making learning and communication accessible to all. Happy International Day of Sign Languages!
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JASA Sep 21
SPECIAL ISSUE: SOUTHERN ENGLISH This work investigated the connections between gender, ethnicity, and prevoicing of word-initial voiced stops in Mississippi English: Free for a limited time.
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A Foreign Language Service - AFLS Sep 22
Did you know emerging languages, like Light Walpiri in Australia, give a glimpse into how languages evolve over time. All languages, in fact, are in motion and ever-evolving. More on this world-wide linguistic phenomenon at . 🌏
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Matthew Toohey Sep 21
I reckon Twitter will enjoy this. It reminds me of those undergraduate class exercises where you had to analyse the morphology of either a constructed language or a notoriously tricky one (Navajo being a popular choice).
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ALLAB@ PSU Sep 22
You are cordially invited to our 18th monthly research webinar on October 5, 2020 (8.00 p.m. - 10.00 p.m. Riyadh time). Open to the public - certificates of attendance will be issued. Google meet link:
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Nicole Pettitt Sep 21
Hi twitter! Help out a Linguistics grad student today?
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Naomi Hinton Sep 21
Really enjoyed the first episode of this on BBC Four last night - The Secret History of Writing. If you’ve been on the ⁦⁩ course, you’ll be familiar with this from the Theoretical Underpinnings session on Day 1.
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Jonathan Kasstan Sep 22
I’m learning this morning via that Prof. Andrée Tabouret-Keller passed away on Sunday. What a loss. Her work will continue to be foundational in
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Zingword Sep 21
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esukhiaX ༼ཁྱད་ལས་སྡེ་ཚན༽ Sep 20
/1 Corpuses — large collections of language data — are very useful for writing and editing language-learning materials. This presentation explores how and why, with some specific examples...
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QMULSLLF Sep 22
Find out more about our BA’s in Linguistics and English Language at our Virtual Open Day on Sat 3rd October. Register at
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StLGenealogicalSoc 23h
The recording for our recent German Special Interest Group (SIG) meeting "It's All Dutch To Me: A Crash Course in the Sounds of German" is posted and free to view:
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