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The Department of Linguistics and Modern Languages was pleased to count with the visit of the Spanish Educational Counselor of the Spanish Embassy in Beijing and the Cultural Officer at the Spanish Consulate in Hong Kong on the 24th of January.

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From 2011-2014, she served as Chairperson of the Department of Linguistics and Modern Languages at CUHK. Her research interests include bilingualism, bilingual acquisition, second language acquisition, Cantonese, Chaozhou and comparative Chinese

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(MA in Linguistics & MA in Chinese Linguistics and Languages Acquisition) 3943-1929 chrischeung[at]cuhk.edu.hk LEE Wai Ying Yvonne Executive Officer II (Linguistics Undergraduate & Research Postgraduate Programmes) 3943-7911 yvonnelee[at]cuhk.edu

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Starting from 2019, CUHK linguistics students are offered an option to participate in a dual degree programme with Peking University, studying two years in each campus. Upon successful completion of graduation requirements at both universities, students will

Symposium on the Gothic on the Feast of Samhain at the Chinese University of Hong Kong Speakers: Dr Sorcha Ní Fhlainn, Senior Lecturer (Manchester Metropolitan University) Prof. Li Ou, Associate Professor (The Chinese University of Hong Kong) Prof. Tammy

Name Unit*/ Supervisor Phone Email KUANG Hang Prof. LEE Hun Tak Thomas 3943-1517 clydekuang[at]link.cuhk.edu.hk LAM Hannah Bou-lai Prof. YIP Virginia 3943-1517 1155102167[at]link.cuhk.edu.hk LAM Nga Yee Margaret Prof. CHEUNG Yam Leung

Wong, S. (2014, August). A corpus-based lexical semantic classification of underpassivized verbs in Hong Kong learners’ L2 English. Paper presented at the 17th World Congress of Applied Linguistics, Brisbane, Australia.

Name Rank Research Area Contact Info. Chair Jette HANSEN EDWARDS Professor Second language phonology, World Englishes (Asian Englishes), impact of mass media on English language learning and use, language variation, peer response in second

Jung, J. (2009). Are grammatical morphemes hard or soft? [The Forum, Unpacking the Selective Fossilization Hypothesis: Questions, Insights, and Possibilities] Teachers College, Columbia University Working Papers in TESOL & Applied Linguistics, 9(2), 55-57.

As University Librarian I am responsible for strategic leadership of CUHK Library. This includes policy, direction, financial management and overall responsibility for the library staff who work across our seven libraries. I am advised by my team of senior librarians and

The Chinese University of Hong Kong (CUHK) is a top Hong Kong university with strong research emphasis. The university aims to bring together China and the West. Strategic Plan 2016—2020 Orientation Day Search for Senior Academic Appointments CUHK

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This guide introduces selected sources on Linguistics and Modern Languages available in the CUHK Library and on the Internet. For assistance, please send your questions via Live Chat or contact the relevant faculty liaison librarian.

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As University Librarian I am responsible for strategic leadership of CUHK Library. This includes policy, direction, financial management and overall responsibility for the library staff who work across our seven libraries. I am advised by my team of senior librarians and

CLC was founded in 1963 under the joint auspices of New Asia College and the Yale-China Association and became part of CUHK in 1974. CLC provides language training in Cantonese and Putonghua (Mandarin Chinese) to CUHK students and Chinese as second

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The undergraduate curriculum affords Cheryl a close examination of the characteristic features of the Chinese language, an in-depth introduction to both the theories of linguistics and modern and contemporary literature and traditional study of ancient documents

Conducts research in linguistic structure analyses, language archiving, text, speech and physiology corpora, linguistic computation and simulation, and cross-discipline studies. It also focuses on languages of Taiwan and genetically and areally-related languages.

Activity 1-hour Physics Lab Visit Date 17 July 2019 (Wed) Time 4:00pm – 5:00pm Location TBC Offering Unit Department of Physics Teacher/ Speaker Mr. Yeung Man Hau and Miss June Au Email [email protected] Medium of Instruction Cantonese

Conducts research in linguistic structure analyses, language archiving, text, speech and physiology corpora, linguistic computation and simulation, and cross-discipline studies. It also focuses on languages of Taiwan and genetically and areally-related languages.

The Warmest Encounter To any high-school student who is a lover of English, Liz Wan, a senior student from the Department of English of CUHK, would say this: ‘if you are passionate about English literature, linguistics, and would like to be intellectually trained and

Journal of Chinese Linguistics Monograph Series, No. 25. Hong Kong: The Chinese University Press. Tsou, B.K. and Kwong, O.Y. (2015) Some Basic and Salient Linguistic Features across Chinese Speech Communities from a Corpus Linguistics Perspective. In

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The Department of Linguistics houses research and teaching in phonetics, phonology, syntax, with a fieldwork focus, supplemented by existing strengths in morphology, linguistic typology, psycholinguistics and the study of language contact. We are strongly

This guide introduces selected reference resources on Arabic Studies and Islamic Culture available in the CUHK Library and on the Internet. Oxford e-books in theoretical and historical linguistics including linguistic typology, language evolution, and language in

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This course introduces students to linguistics as the scientific study of language. Drawing upon examples relevant to their daily lives, students will be invited to explore various aspects of language, including its sound system, its structure, its acquisition, as well as its use and variation in the society.

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