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Bilingualism and directionality in translation

Writing in a non-native language, essentially in English as a lingua franca, is a frequent and socially encouraged practice. The situation is different in the translation industry, where translation into L2 (i.e. the translator’s non-native language) is officially discouraged in some Western...
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Broadening the Scope of L2 Complexity Research

On Thursday November 14-15, 2019, in cooperation with the Centre for Linguistics at the Vrije Universiteit Brussel, we hosted the colloquium, Broadening the Scope of L2 Complexity Research (see description below). We were joined by several researchers in the field of L2 complexity...
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Congratulations Dr. Laporte!

Samantha Laporte defended her PhD dissertation on Tuesday 25 June 2019! Her thesis entitled The patterning of the high-frequency verb 'make' in varieties of English: A Construction Grammar approach was supervised by Professor Gaëtanelle GILQUIN (UCLouvain). Other members of the...
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Congratulations Dr Bouziri!

  We are delighted to announce that Ms Basma BOUZIRI successfully defended her PhD on Tuesday 14 May 2019!   Her PhD thesis is entitled 'A CORPUS-ASSISTED GENRE ANALYSIS OF THE TUNISIAN LECTURE CORPUS: FOCUS ON METADISCOURSE'.   Congratulations from...
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First call for participation – EUROCALL 2019

27th Conference of the European Association for Computer Assisted Language Learning 28-31 August 2019, Louvain-la-Neuve, Belgium First call for participation – EUROCALL 2019 – online registration now open! We are happy to invite you to register online for EUROCALL...
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