There will be a poster presentation workshop by student participants at 9:00-11:00 on Wednesday 27 June in G02, School of Pharmacy.
If you are interested in presenting your research there, please email Yasu Sudo (firstname.lastname@example.org).
Presenters and titles
|Mashel Alsalem (Essex)||Language Teacher Cognition on English Grammar Assessment|
|Pietro Baggio (Queen Mary)||English Prepositions across the Lexical-Functional Divide|
|David Lucas Simon Blunier (Geneve)||Attitude reports in narrative contexts: what they tell us about perspective in grammar|
|Carmen Ciancia (Essex)||Variation in East Anglian English: the Case of /-t;d/ Deletion|
|Hasmik Jivanyan (Geneva)||Discourse – Grammar Interface for French Causal Connectives|
|Jane Middleton (UCL)|
|Takanobu Nakamura (Edinburgh)||Which did you see, a horse or horse?|
|Olga Šolaja (Essex)||Reading for translation and reading for comprehension: a second language processing study|
|Amanda Thomas (Oxford)||Double past participle forms in the Romance languages|
|Sharaf Yassin (Essex)||Agreement in Palestinian Arabic|
|Sora Heng Yin (NYU)||Phonological generalization is constrained by similarity: an artificial language learning study|
|Yan Zhang (UCL)||On the stative reading with change-of-state presuppositions in Chinese|
|Ruoying Zhao (UCL)||On the Crosslinguistic Variation of Tenses with Temporal Anaphora|
Instructions for presenters
You can print your poster near UCL, e.g. at Liquid Imaging. It normally takes one or two working days before you can pick it up. Most places take online orders.
The poster size is A0, portrait (The poster board is 2m x 1m).
If you are from a ACTL partner department, you will be reimbursed for the printing cost of your poster up to £30. Please keep your receipt and submit it together with your reimbursement form.