Tag Archives: Linguistics

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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‘Facing Challenges’ – An account of the SLC Postgraduate Colloquium, by Josh Bengough

This year’s School of Languages and Cultures Postgraduate Colloquium finally came round on 20 May 2015. Every year, a group of taught Masters and PhD students are given the responsibility of putting together a small-scale conference for themselves and their … Continue reading

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How do you use ‘you’? by Terence Dunne

In our School of Languages and Cultures it is safe to assume that most of us have been involved in learning at least one other language. Native speakers of English may run into difficulty when learning another language because it … Continue reading

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