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in space, no one can hear your turn-taking cues

It’s the 50th anniversary of the moon landing, a good time to take a tour of lunar linguistics: Corpus of space and lunar conversation: Over four years, twelve human subjects made a total of 9 trips to the moon lasting … Continue reading

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Today’s headaches: Visiting American professors who give us their public library pre-school kiddie talk instead of their graduate seminar talk; immigration experts who argue against children’s assimilation and in favor of greater parental mind control; linguists who act as if … Continue reading

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