625 search results for “grammar writing” in the Public website
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Lecture, The 9th Adriaan Gerbrands Lecture
- Chinese 1+2 Intensive Summer Course
- Swedish 3
Comparative Indo-European Linguistics
Almost all languages of Europe and of a large part of western Asia belong to a single language family, which is called Indo-European, and which includes modern languages like English, Dutch, Russian, Farsi, but also ancient ones like Ancient Greek, Latin, Hittite and Sanskrit.
A day in the life
Are you interested in studying South and South East Asian Studies at Leiden University? To have an impression of the student life, see the overview of a typical day out of the life of Yaska Sahara, first-year student.
Questions in context: The case of French wh-in-situ
On the 4th of November, Aliza successfully defended a doctoral thesis. The Leiden University Centre for Linguistics congratulates Aliza on this achievement!
Beyond Utopia: New politics, the politics of knowledge and the science fictional field of Japan
This project aims to uncover a series of sites of difference and innovation. In particular, it locates itself in two kinds of distancing: geo-cultural (ie. in the non-European space of Japan) and medial (ie. in innovative expressive media).
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MODOMA: A computer-simulated laboratory-approach towards language acquisition
The goal of the MODOMA-project is to create a computer model of language acquisition.
The Oxford Handbook of Morphological Theory
Edited by linguists Jenny Audring (Leiden University) and Francesca Masini (University of Bologna), this is a unique handbook with a focus on morphology theories rather than morphological data. It covers a wide array of morphological theories, from traditional twentieth century models to current theoretical…
Heritage Linguistics Lab
Platform for research about heritage languages spoken in the Netherlands
The Leiden University Old English ColloQuest
The Leiden University Old English ColloQuest is a digital, dynamic edition of an Old English text that adapts to each different learner to offer an appropriate level of challenge. The nature and number of glosses (translation aids) on the text adjust for each individual user based on the user’s answers…
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Leiden University provides ambitious students with the most recent and innovative areas of knowledge, and offers them the freedom to develop their own area of expertise.
Grammaire du cuvok: langue tchadique centrale du Cameroun
On the 16th of June, Ndokobai Dadak successfully defended a doctoral thesis and graduated. The Leiden University Centre for Linguistics congratulates Ndokobai on this achievement!
Policy versus Practice. Language variation and change in eighteenth- and nineteenth-century Dutch
On December 12th, Andreas Krogull succesfully defended his doctoral thesis and graduated. The Leiden University Centre for Linguistics congratulates Andreas on this great result.
Multidominance, ellipsis, and quantifier scope
This dissertation provides a novel perspective on the interaction between quantifier scope and ellipsis. It presents a detailed investigation of the scopal interaction between English negative indefinites, modals, and quantified phrases in ellipsis. One of the crucial observations is that a negative…
Variation and change in Abui: The impact of Alor Malay on an indigenous language of Indonesia
On the 23rd of September, George Saad successfully defended a doctoral thesis and graduated. The Leiden University Centre for Linguistics congratulates George on this achievement!
Horace Walpole and his correspondents; Social network analysis in a historical context
The current study focuses on Walpole’s social network and the language as contained in the letters of the network members.
- German 9
Writing development and teacher-student interaction
- Spanish 3+4 Intensive Summer Course
- Spanish 1+2 Intensive Summer Course
- Spanish 8 Plus
- German 10 Plus
Symposium - New Perspectives on Chinese Writing
Forum Antiquum 8 december: Writing and Re-writing Masada: Freedom, Faith and Nation
- Chinese 7
Thesis writing: Do's and Don'ts
Recruiting assistance in interaction: A West-African corpus study
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Alor-Pantar languages: origins and theoretical impact
This research project focuses on the extended documentation and investigation of these non-Austronesian (‘Papuan’) languages.
In Memoriam Prof. Dr. J.F. Borghouts
Prof. Dr. Joris F. Borghouts (1939-2018) was Full Professor of Egyptology at Leiden University and a specialist in ancient Egyptian grammar and magic.
A History of Chocholtec Alphabetic Writing
Writing Development and Education Standards in Cross-national Perspective
Language Use in Past and Present
The research programme Language Use in Past and Present brings together linguists within LUCL whose central focus is both on actual language data, including language use in earlier stages of the language, and, taking a variationist perspective, on language change in various aspects.
Acquiring numerals and ordinals in Dutch
Knowledge and culture subproject 2: