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Lunch served at 12:15, talk starts at 12:30.

Title and abstract TBD.

Lunch served at 12:15, talk starts at 12:30.

Title and abstract TBD.

Lunch served at 12:15, talk starts at 12:30.

Title and abstract TBD.

Lunch served at 12:15, talk starts at 12:30.

Title and abstract TBD.

Lunch served at 12:15, talk starts at 12:30.

Title and abstract TBD.

Join Zoom Meeting here: https://umd.zoom.us/j/817699157
Meeting ID: 817 699 157
 

African American English and early literacy: A comparison of approaches to quantifying nonmainstream dialect use

 

Do children know WHanything? Acquisition of Mandarin wh-indefinites

Abstract: Unlike English wh-words like “what”, Mandarin wh-words have both an interrogative and an indefinite interpretation, as shown in (1). 

(1)   Xiaoxiao mei chi shenme.
       Xiaoxiao NEG eat what

a.     Interrogative: What didn’t Xiaoxiao eat?
b.     Indefinite: Xiaoxiao didn’t eat anything/much. 

This talk will be online only. You can join via Zoom at this link: https://umd.zoom.us/j/969408848

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Research in language science can be limited by convenience

Lunch served at 12:15, talk starts at 12:30. This week boxed lunches will be available for the first 40 attendees, so come on time or bring your own lunch!

Remote attendance through Zoom: https://umd.zoom.us/j/737125765
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Adam Fisbein (NACS)

Sequence in birdsong: What humans assume and what birds are telling us

Lunch served at 12:15, talk starts at 12:30.

Erika Exton: The 'bilingual baby problem': Identifying code switches in unfamiliar languages

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