This is a video transcript of the 2014 Linguistics & TESOL Symposium at San José State University. Thank you to all who participated in the event – and to those who shall participate from afar by watching this video. Timestamps are given below the video. In order to go to a given talk directly, drag the video’s progress bar to the appropriate time location.
Camerawork: Michal Rudzki. Editing: Lorenzo Tlacaelel L.
00:15:00 – An examination of the English posture verbs sit, stand, and lie. Leslie Bank
00:36:00 – Initial Consonant Mutation in Irish. Janine Robinson
00:50:40 – Small talk on Airplanes. Joshua Lawrence
01:10:00 – Syllabification and Stress pattern in Hinko. Haroon ur Rashid
01:34:00 – The role of lexical chunks in Chinese as Second Language Acquisition – for Mandarin Chinese as second language learners. Jinxiao Song
01:52:00 – Pahari Language in Azad Kashmir Exhibiting Patterns of Language Shift. Naveed Sarwar
02:14:00 – The Other within Self: Communication between Teachers and Students in Academic Writing Contexts. Robert Lanz
02:31:00 – Interrogation in 4 Southern Zapotec Variants. Lorenzo Tlacaelel L.
02:51:40 – Voiceless Stop Contrasts in Alemanic German. Annika Ronay
03:08:15 – Upward and onward: Going up on in Modern Hebrew. Netta Ben-Meir
03:25:10 – The Nature of Ergative Case Marking in Pahari. Shahida Khalique
03:35:00 – Systematicity/Orderliness in Overlapping: An Analysis of Ordinary Pahari Conversation. Qudsia Ishaq.
03:51:00 – The Role of Phonetic Forces Behind Neutral Vowels in Vowel Harmony. Kateryna Shilova