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“The “bilingual boost” extends beyond the classroom and into later life. Ellen Bialystok’s research, for example, shows that bilingual adults, as they get older, stay sharper for longer than monolingual adults do. The effect is about four years’ difference on average, which can make a considerable difference to quality of life in retirement. In research […]
Garden path sentences to elephants in pajamas to buffalo buffaloing other buffalo. Mind blown.
Improve your knowledge of phonetics as well as English pronunciation! “This application was originally designed at the University of Iowa to help students learning how the sounds of different languages are produced. Since its production, it has become a milestone for phonetics teaching tools around the globe.”
“Little kids make such cute mistakes when they talk. We know they’re still learning the language, so we tolerate their errors and chuckle at how funny they sound. Behind that chuckle is the assumption that the kids are getting it wrong because they just don’t know the rules yet. In fact, kids’ mistakes show they […]
Upcoming eventsApril 10, 2015Talk: Billy Hamilton, Professor of RussianStarts: 3:00 pmEnds: April 10, 2015 - 4:00 pmLocation: Greene Hall 528April 24, 2015Talk: Anaïs Holgado Lage, Assistant Teaching Professor of SpanishStarts: 3:00 pmEnds: April 24, 2015 - 4:00 pmLocation: Greene Hall 528
Periodically during the semester, WFU faculty and friends in languages and linguistics gather in Greene Hall 528 to discuss their research and current topics in the field.
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