Listen here! Episode Transcript [Brittany] Hello, and welcome back to another episode of Much Language Such Talk. In this episode, you’ll be listening to me, Brittany, and our wonderful volunteer Vittoria. [Vittoria] Hi, everyone. Hi Brittany.
Listen here! Episode Transcript [Eva-Maria] Hello, everybody. Welcome back to another episode of much language such talk. It’s me, Eva-Maria and I’m really excited about today’s episode. Today I’m joined by one of our volunteers, Mattia. Hi, Mattia, would you like to introduce yourself? [Mattia] Hey, everybody. I’m Mattia. I’m a third year PhD researcherContinue reading “S1 E9: Byelingual: Attrition – Prof. Monika Schmid”
Listen here! Episode Transcript [Carine] Welcome to another exciting episode of Much Language Such Talk. In this episode you’ll be listening to me, Carine, and María, a new volunteer with Bilingualism Matters who’s studying for an MSc in Developmental Linguistics at the University of Edinburgh. María’s studies focus on language acquisition, bilingualism over the lifespanContinue reading “S1 E8: Basque – Prof. Itziar Laka”
Listen here! Episode Transcript [Carine] Hello and welcome to the Much Language Such Talk podcast. Future Carine here! Today’s episode was specifically recorded for the UNs International day of Education, which celebrates of the role of education in peace and development. As academics, we think access to education is a human right and believe aContinue reading “S1 E7: Language Education and Discrimination – Dr. Ania Byerly”
Sorry we don’t have a transcript at the moment! We will be uploading one later (we’re trying to figure out how to describe the weird sounds we make).
Listen here! Episode Transcript [Carine] Welcome back to another amazing episode of Much Language Such Talk! Today you’re hearing from me, Carine, and our volunteer, Vittoria, who has a PhD in Linguistics at the University of Edinburgh. Her research focuses on how bilingual children are differently affected by language disorders, specifically dyslexia, compared to monolingualContinue reading “S1 E6: Language Disorders – Dr. Vicky Chondrogianni”
Episode 5 – 26 November 2020 Listen here! Episode Transcript [Eva-Maria] Hello and welcome to another episode of our podcast Much Language Such Talk. Today you are hearing from me, Eva-Maria, and another Bilingualism Matters volunteer, Dr. Maria Dokovova. Welcome Maria.
Episode 4 – 12 November 2020 Listen here! Episode Transcript [Brittany] Hello and welcome back to another episode of Much Language Such Talk. Today you’re hearing from me, Brittany, and [Eva-Maria] Eva-Maria. [Brittany] In today’s episode we will be talking about an organization which is very near and dear to my heart. Lingo Flamingo is aContinue reading “S1 E4: Lingo Flamingo – Robbie Norval”
Christy Brewster is the Bilingualism Matters Centre’s Administrator, based at the University of Edinburgh. She is responsible for event organisation, communications and general administration. She has an MA (Hons) in History from the University of Glasgow, and a CELTA Teaching English as a Foreign Language (TEFL) qualification. She taught English in Argentina for three years andContinue reading “S1 E3: The women who keep Bilingualism Matters rolling – Dr. Katarzyna Przybycien & Christy Brewster”
Listen here! Episode Transcript [Carine] Psst, hey future Carine here! This episode contains a lot of linguistic vocabulary. Sorry for that! For those of us who aren’t linguistics majors or don’t remember your lectures you can check out our glossary for any terms or phrases you don’t know or recognize. Don’t worry, we did asContinue reading “S1 E2: Sign Languages – Dr. Helen Koulidobrova”