Monthly Archives: March 2015

This whole post could have been about King Henry VIII, but it’s not.

Almost exactly two years ago I blogged about my experience studying for the written portion of the UK driving test: https://vocalised.wordpress.com/2013/03/16/puffins-toucans-and-zebras-oh-my/ Today, I find myself studying another bank of equally interesting, mystifying, obscure and amusing practice test questions. I have … Continue reading

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Promoting undergraduate research: A new journal!

Bizarrely, I’m a sociolinguist because of an undergraduate research opportunity at the University of Arizona called UBRP. It’s still going on now, although they probably haven’t had any linguists in awhile! Even when I was part of the program, it … Continue reading

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