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STRATEGIC GROUPS USA LLC 5h
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Dakota Abroad 4h
HELP I'M GETTING SUCKED BACK INTO THE COMMUNITY! I thought I had escaped. XD damn my obsession with and
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* * *  🌹 Jun 14
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Tom Lewis May 17
So I'm a doctor now, apparently...
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Kendra Calhoun Jun 3
Hey there ppl in , , , or anything relevant to this, really: I’m looking for recent work analyzing discourse markers in text-based social media posts (ideally tweets) but they seem to be scarce so any recs are appreciated!
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Luke Maynard 17h
/ problems: editing & having to replace "A-háček" (ǎ), the orthographically ideal letter for karach throat-vowels, with "A-breve" (ă)—which is BAD —because too few nice typefaces have carons…
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Adam Schembri 🏳️‍🌈 May 9
Somehow I seem to have gained 5000 followers: wow! Thanks everyone for your interest. I will continue to try to promote and and will try harder to ‘amplify’ deaf ‘voices’ on here (only as I type this do I realise we need more inclusive metaphors).
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Julian Mak 11h
I'll buy it (from "The Etymologicon" by Mark Forsyth), and good thing I have a MMath instead of a MSci? 🤣
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diana 丽 Jun 14
I have 3 moods: inducative, imperative and subjunctive
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Kate Jun 13
Oh man, I feel you, Larry Hyman from 1985
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Remi van Trijp Jun 5
Dear colleagues, is there a terminological alternative for "speaker-listener" that abstracts away from whether the interaction was spoken, written or signed? Addressor and Addressee? Sender and perceiver?
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Fingtam May 7
One of my biggest struggles as a major is that no one seems to understand the difference between the being a and a .
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paula chesley 13h
Seeing this anti-abortion ad, I get angry over: 1) the unrhetorical use of tautology, 2) the *emphasis* of the copular verb, 3) the willful rejection of settled law/ the majority of Americans’ opinion.
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KLiffers Jun 6
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Emily M. Bender May 9
Q for : Which languages use (some) color terms metaphorically to express emotional states (eng: 'I'm feeling blue (=sad)', 'I'm feeling green (=jealous or nauseous)')? Which languages definitely don't?
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A Jun 14
the children at 3 - 7 years are so genius in acquer the language and in how they asking about anything or trying to know all thing around them
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James "Germs" Dorr Jun 7
How do you say what time you ended your waking day yesterday?
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SELIM Conference 2019 Jun 14
So proud to post our prelim programme. 🦚 An extraord mixup of ➕60 papers on Lit&Hist, Hcal , Palaeogr & Diplomatics, , reception. Can't thank enough all contributors! A banner conf upcoming in 🥘Spain. Social Progr in progress!🤫
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David Appleyard 4h
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BugsBun Jun 11
Speaking is frowned upon in majority places of Punjab, but not as much as it is in South India. Southies hate Hindi. 🤷🏻‍♀️
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