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I can answer almost any question within the areas of applied and theoretical linguistics including: morphology, phonology, sociolinguistics, pragmatics and semantics and if I do not know the answers, I certainly can direct you in the right direction.
I have an MA in theoretical linguistics however, my focus is on discourse analysis, specifically critical discourse analysis or CDA, and especially how CDA works in politics.
I became interested in linguistics after taking a syntax course at the University of Nevada, Reno. It was then and there I first learned of X-bar theory and I was hooked! From there I became deeply interested in critical discourse analysis, CDA, and continue to focus my studies onto this branch of linguistics.
There is still so much to learn regarding linguistics, that I could spend the rest of my life and still not know/understand it all.
Parents; you do not teach your children how to speak!
Even though it was not widely known, understood or even labeled at the time, CDAis precisely what George Orwell was discussing when he wrote Politics and the English Language and 1984.
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I am not entirely sure that I understand your question: Firstly, I doubt I would describe this as a "famous phenomenon"; and it is not necessarily being "mispronounced". To my knowledge, there is one
Well, that is definitely a unique final sound and if you are not from Northern London then you have learned English in a British school. You should look into the IPA, specifically for your language:
I am not an expert in this field nor do I really believe that people can ultimately "lose" all of their accent. That being mentioned, however, you're lucky that you're Dutch; the Northern Europeans have
My morphology professor used to say that a language is an army of dialects. Or something like that... For example, there are something like 500 different varieties of English: British English, American
Linguistics (small "l") is an enormous field. Read the Wiki link first: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Linguistics With a BA in linguistics, there really is not much you can do besides teach ESL (English
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