Principle-breaking Pressure

  Bravo. One another day is survived. The overwhelming University life in the Master degree puts more and more weight on us day to day. Today, we finished our classes earlier and a girl called me over to prepare the tomorrow's presentation with her. At first, I thought that we prepared everything and she wrote … Continue reading Principle-breaking Pressure

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Essay: Explaining learner variation considering the age

Explaining learner variation considering the age   There is a famous rumor saying Chinese is one of the most difficult languages to learn because of its strangeness. The former statement was disproven by Noam Chomsky’s generativism that claims no language’s learnability is different from one another, being Chinese or English. However, the observable fact of … Continue reading Essay: Explaining learner variation considering the age

A presentation without presenting

Today, I had a presentation. Generally, people are afraid while it turns to do a presentation, but I am not. A presentation - for me - means new information and SHOOOOW TIME, babe! I like to do research, reading about a topic and understanding it, passing it to other people. It's a very glad job … Continue reading A presentation without presenting

A history of English

This day I wrote an article for the University Magazine about the History of English language... It is a kinda introduction to the earlier stages, avoiding much details and the modern years' politics.. So, the article is going to follow up Lynda Mugglestone's Oxford summary of "A History of English". As Sir William Belford said, … Continue reading A history of English

Finals #1: Critical Writing

This week I'm facing the finals of the last year of Basic English Linguistics and Didactics studies. Two birds with one stone, I'm going to write about the exams as a resume for preparing to the modules, as a personal comment on the level and as a whole impression of the year or three years... … Continue reading Finals #1: Critical Writing