The Curious Conundrum of the Code-switching Token Teacher Huffington Post Originally used to explain language contact phenomena, in linguistics, to code-switch is to change between different languages during a single conversation.
The Problem with Computers American Thinker Arrogance and stupidity are killing the distinction between like and as, can and may, less and fewer, indicative and subjunctive, though it's more the fault of television than of computers.
Drunk-dialing exes, picking fights with bouncers—alcohol's tongue-loosening properties are all too familiar. But it turns out that alcohol's ability to lower your inhibitions is also good for speaking a foreign language.
Carmel Valley student qualifies for USA Computational Linguistics Olympiad Team Del Mar Times Canyon Crest Academy Senior Catherine Wu has made the USA Computational Linguistics Olympiad Team and will represent the United States to compete at the...
Hannah Washington is a PhD student in Hispanic Linguistics at The Ohio State University with a specialization in morphosyntactic and pragmatic variation. Her doctoral dissertation (in progress) uses corpus data to examine ...
randwiches: scanwiches: Homemade: Chacarero FASCINATING! New sandwich type appears: Chacarero is a Chilean sandwich made with thinly sliced churrasco-style steak, or lomito-style pork on a round roll with tomatoes, ...
Jared Romey, the creator of the amazing website Speaking Latino and author of the book Speaking Chileno, provides us with a couple of grammar hints to speak like true Chileans. Why, you ask, would you want to speak exactly like a Chilean?
Rohena-Madrazo gives Hispanic Linguistics talk on Friday. We are pleased to announce the second of three talks in the Hispanic Linguistics Talk Series this year: Marcos Rohena-Madrazo (Middlebury College).
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