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Human Language Technologies

Providing the computational modelling of speech and language needed both to inform theoretical developments and to provide translational pathways to applications

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Research on multilingualism from linguistic, cognitive, cultural and societal perspectives

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Language Change and Diversity

Historical and comparative linguistics and philology; typology and universals; grammatical theory; sociolinguistics; linguistic anthropology; language endangerment

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Language Communication and Comprehension

Language communication and comprehension, from neurobiological, evolutionary, social, cultural, forensic and philosophical perspectives

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Language Learning across the Lifespan

First and second language acquisition in typically-developing and non-typically developing learners, and in therapeutic contexts

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Cambridge English

A broad and interdisciplinary focus on the English language, uniting academic research and the professional goals of Cambridge English Language Assessment and Cambridge University Press

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Archaic Greek in a modern world

An endangered Greek dialect which is spoken in north-eastern Turkey has been identified by researchers as a "linguistics goldmine" because of its startling closeness to the ancient language, as researcher Dr. Ioanna Sitaridou explains.

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CamLangsci student blog

A blog on topics in the language sciences by graduates at the University of Cambridge

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Why teach oracy?

Sep 01, 2014

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Multilingualism research group, seminar 3

May 14, 2015

Brown Library, 3rd floor, English Faculty

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Jun 04, 2015

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Jun 29, 2015

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