there needs to be a cooking show in which tv chefs go into student flats or houses and have to cook a full 3 course meal only using ingredients and equipment they can find in the kitchen
They do have a saucepan, but someone’s eating cereal out of it.
IF YOU SERIOUSLY THINK I’M GONNA LISTEN TO YOU EXPLAINING TO ME ALL THE DIFFERENT REGIONAL ACCENTS/DIALECTS OF YOUR NATIVE LANGUAGE AND SHOWING ME THE EXACT LINGUISTIC DIFFERENCES TO RELATED LANGUAGES then you are absolutely right make yourself comfortable i’ll just bring the popcorn and then we can proceed
Here’s a really lazy post about the top (mostly US and UK) schools for linguistics (not in order):
-Berkeley (does a lot of descriptive work, especially with American Indigenous languages)
-Oregon (also descriptive)
-Hawaii (also descriptive, you can tell what I plan to study)
-MIT (I’m vaguely considering applying here)
-Edinburgh (lots of socioling and neuroling, but also! an “evolution of language” program!)
-Trinity College Dublin
some other names I’ve seen mentioned:
This is a really lazy list, so if you’re thinking of majoring in/getting a postgrad degree in linguistics, I’d go on the linguist list website first.
I said I was going to do so much this summer and it’s now nearly September and I’ve done approximately 2 I think.
“how much of us, is about you?”
And you didn’t answer
there was never an us,
it was always just you…