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English Language and Applied Linguistics
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Fifty years after David Crystal helped set up a Linguistics degree at the University of Reading, he returned to give a public lecture about the changes he’s seen to linguistics over this period. The Great Hall at the London Road … Continue reading
Reading offers a vast array of combined degrees amongst their courses and the School of Languages is no exception to this. The most popular subject to combine English Language with in my year was English Literature, but I chose to … Continue reading
After finishing my first year at the University of Reading, I realised that studying English Language here was one of the best decisions I had made during my A-levels. My modules as a part one student consisted of Sounds Grammar … Continue reading
Although a lot of your time at university is spent absorbed in your degree, there is also so much more you can get involved in that will help make your time at university more memorable; it will also help develop … Continue reading
If you don’t know the name David Crystal, then you can be sure you will by the end of your first year of Linguistics at Reading. Crystal is a lecturer in the field of English Language and has published many, … Continue reading
The Department of English Language and Applied Linguistics was delighted to host the 1st International Conference on Multilingualism in the Digital Age on the 19th of June 2015. The aim of this conference was to bring together scholars from various … Continue reading
All are welcome to the first Applied Linguistics Circle talk of 2015 by Dr Johanna Woydack, (Vienna University of Economics and Business) Date: Tuesday October 6th, 4.15-5.15 pm. Room: SSE Gordon Lecture Theatre Title: Learning and working in London’s language market: … Continue reading
BAAL Routledge workshop flyer All students and staff interested in L2 Fluency are welcome to the L2 Fluency workshop organised by DELAL staff, held at Institute of Education campus, London Road. See attached for details.
The Department of English Language and Applied Linguistics was delighted to host the second L-SLARF colloquium on Saturday 30th May 2015. This was a a very successful event featuring a number of renowned scholars and key researchers in the field … Continue reading