Tag Archives: Language

Café lexicon – a linguistic case study, by Josh Bengough-Smith

It’s no secret that I love coffee. What some of you may not know is that aside from being an aspiring linguist, I am also a fully-trained barista. So, in recognition of (Inter-)National Coffee Day, which was on Tuesday, here’s … Continue reading

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The day the world discovered that sportswomen menstruate, by Ángela Lavilla Cañedo

Tennis player Heather Watson’s declarations on 20th January have opened up a debate in the media about the taboo of menstruation in elite sport, when she revealed that her poor performance in the Australian Open was due to the fact … Continue reading

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Top Ten Tips for First Time Interviewers by Joanna Kremer

My first interview was when I was ten years old and we had been asked at school to interview someone about their experience during the Second World War. I cannot remember much about the interview itself or what our homework … Continue reading

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