Languages and tea: General PSA →
consistentlymissimagined: There is no such thing as “proper English.” You cannot tell someone’s intelligence by the type of English they speak. If you are about to tell someone that their English is wrong , chances are that “rule” is outdated and irrelevant. Also, that whole “200 words…
How bilinguals switch between languages →
satisfymydhead: are you an intervocalic /t/ because I would so tap that Not an article, but I couldn’t help but laugh.
Languages and tea: If you are bilingual, please... →
dftbastarkids: dancersaurus: If you are bilingual/multilingual and English is not your first language and you would be willing to fill out a short questionnaire for me, please answer here. It will be very short, anonymous and I will be using it for my final paper in my… Please help!
Links to proceedings published by Cascadilla Proceedings Project My favourite database in the history of ever.
Failed Features versus Full Transfer Full Access... →
by Yan-kit Ingrid Leung, University of Southern California.
Clitic placement in L2 French: evidence from... →
writingfish: linguisticsrepository: by Nigel Duffield, et al. Just to let you know, the link given does not work for me. Op, well, that’s upsetting - I’ll try to look for another link that does work. Thanks for letting me know!
Need a New Language? Sign Me Up! →
A blog where you can hire me to write you a language for whatever creative endeavor you have in the… A colleague of mine is involved in language construction and gave a presentation today on a language she is currently working on (for a novel, I believe). Just wanted to post her site here in case any of you have a need for someone to construct a language for you and “whatever...
Clitic placement in L2 French: evidence from... →
by Nigel Duffield, et al.
The Status of Ser and Estar in Late and Early... →
by Joyce Bruhn de Garavito and Elena Valenzuela, University of Western Ontario.
What Code-Mixed DPs Can Tell Us About Gender →
by Elena Valenzuela, et al, University of Western Ontario.
Factors that influence phoneme-grapheme... →
by Mauer DM & Kamhi AG, Miami University, Ohio.
The relationship between phoneme/grapheme... →
by Helen Gillian Cain.
A Report of the OECD-CERI Learning Sciences and... →
By Cassandra Davis, OECD, Learning Sciences and Brain Research Project.
'Focus on form' and 'focus on forms' →
by Ron Sheen.
Deficits in Speech Perception Predict Language... →
by Johannes C. Ziegler.
Language revitalization through memes →
allthingslinguistic: This is a tumblr for revitalizing the Tunica language, by putting vocabulary words on image memes. Pretty cool. (thanks to tildecowscomehome for the link!)
Hebrew Language Tools →
Languages and tea: darkjapanese: Primate... →
darkjapanese: Primate Vocalization, Gesture, and the Evolution of Human Language The performance of language is multimodal, not confined to speech… We argue that it was the coupling of gestural communication with enhanced capacities for imitation that made possible the emergence of…
Grammatical Constraints on Intrasentential... →
by Kate van Gass, Stellenbosch University.
How'd You Get That Accent? Acquiring a Second... →
by Sali A. Tagliamonte and Sonja Molfenter, University of Toronto.
Metasignaling and Language Origins →
by Greg Urban.
Foreign Accent Syndrome →
Can Cross-Cultural Understanding Aid Second... →
by James L. Citron, University of Pennsylvania.
Hi all, I know I haven’t been very active lately - I’ve been very busy with school. But, I’ll try to post more often! Have a lovely day.
About phonemes →
An extract from Introductory Phonology by Bruce Hayes, UCLA.
#lingfic: Novels about linguistics →
allthingslinguistic: All you tumblinguists might want to check out #lingfic on Twitter: a bunch of twitterlings (?) are sharing their favourite linguistics-related fiction. I think I’ve got enough reading material now for the next couple months, but it’d be great to have more!
Writing Systems: A Linguistic Approach →
by Henry Rogers.
Puerto Rican Language Use on myspace.com →
by Kevin S. Carroll, the City University of New York.
For Eye and Tongue: didyoudrinkmygingerale:... →
didyoudrinkmygingerale: loaded-in-owls: didyoudrinkmygingerale: loaded-in-owls: I’m deeply descriptivist and all, but I do have one grammar peeve. It’s when people make grammar “mistakes” by trying too hard to be obscurely correct, because you KNOW the only reason they… for anyone interested in weighing in on hypercorrection
AAVE - African American Vernacular English
unapologetically-black: “The AAVE (African American Vernacular English) is the product of a combination of historical, linguistic, and social factors in the long-term experience of African Americans in the United States. It is stigmatized because it is spoken by a stigmatized group.” Black people speaking AAVE is NOT an indication of the intelligence of a person or people.
Language and Superdiversity →
(Blommaert & Rampton 2012)
The Texture of Internet: Netlinguistics in Process →
edited by Santiago Posteguillo, María José Esteve, and M. Lluïsa Gea-Valor.
Crossing: Language & Ethnicity Among Adolescents...
chapters 1-5: http://www.kcl.ac.uk/innovation/groups/ldc/publications/Books/CrossingChs1-5intros.pdf chapters 6-7: http://www.kcl.ac.uk/innovation/groups/ldc/publications/Books/RamptonCrossingChs6-7.pdf chapters 8-13: http://www.kcl.ac.uk/innovation/groups/ldc/publications/Books/CrossingChs8-13bibliogindex.pdf
Phonological Effects in Intrasentential... →
by Jeff MacSwan (Arizona State University) and Sonia Colina (Arizona State University and the University of Arizona).
How to Avoid the Comparative Fallacy During Data... →
by Andrea Révész, Columbia University.
The Comparative Fallacy in L2 Processing Research →
Code-switching in computer-mediated communication →
by Jannis Androutsopoulos.
I study what it is about human minds that allows us to speak to each other and...– David Adger, Linguistics. (via tenhundredwordsofscience) Aw yeah, I like David Adger. I think he explains things well. Here, though, it’s not clear if he means that all humans have a set of semantic concepts (‘deep ideas’). I don’t think he does mean that in this case, as he then goes on to say...
Codeswitching in the comedy of George Lopez →
by Megan Wells, Northeastern Illinois University.
The Development of Child Code-Switching:... →
by Joseph Galasso, California State University.
What is Code-Switching? →
by Kazuhiko Namba, Senri Kinran University, Osaka.
tones in Mandarin Chinese →
Explaining English Language Proficiency among... →
by Avary Carhill, Carola Suárez-Orozco, New York University, and Mariela Páez, Boston College.