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Oct 15 2020:49: How translators approach a text
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Sep 18 2020:48: Who you are in high school, linguistically speaking - Interview with Shivonne Gates
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Aug 20 2020:47: The happy fun big adjective episode
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Jul 17 2020:46: Hey, no problem, bye! The social dance of phatics
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Jun 19 2020:45: Tracing languages back before recorded history
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May 22 2020:44: Schwa, the most versatile English vowel
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Apr 17 2020:43: The grammar of singular they - Interview with Kirby Conrod
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Mar 19 2020:42: What makes a language “easy”? It’s a hard question
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Feb 20 2020:41: This time it gets tense - The grammar of time
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Jan 17 2020:40: Making machines learn language - Interview with Janelle Shane
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Dec 19 2019:39: How to rebalance a lopsided conversation
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Nov 21 2019:38: Many ways to talk about many things - Plurals, duals and more
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Oct 17 2019:37: Smell words, both real and invented
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Sep 20 2019:36: Villages, gifs, and children: Researching signed languages in real-world contexts with Lynn Hou
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Aug 16 2019:35: Putting sounds into syllables is like putting toppings on a burger
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Jul 18 2019:34: Emoji are Gesture Because Internet
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Jun 20 2019:33: Why spelling is hard — but also hard to change
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May 16 2019:32: You heard about it but I was there - Evidentiality
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Apr 19 2019:31: Pop culture in Cook Islands Māori - Interview with Ake Nicholas
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Mar 21 2019:30: Why do we gesture when we talk?
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Feb 22 2019:29: The verb is the coat rack that the rest of the sentence hangs on
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Jan 18 2019:28: How languages influence each other - Hannah Gibson interview on Swahili, Rangi & Bantu languages
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Dec 20 2018:27: Words for family relationships: Kinship terms
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Nov 16 2018:26: Why do C and G come in hard and soft versions? Palatalization
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Oct 18 2018:25: Every word is a real word
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Sep 20 2018:24: Making books and tools speak Chatino - Interview with Hilaria Cruz
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Aug 16 2018:23: When nothing means something
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Jul 19 2018:22: This, that and the other thing - Determiners
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Jun 22 2018:21: What words sound spiky across languages? Interview with Suzy Styles
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May 17 2018:20: Speaking Canadian and Australian English in a British-American binary
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Apr 19 2018:19: Sentences with baggage - Presuppositions
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Mar 15 2018:18: Translating the untranslatable
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Feb 15 2018:17: Vowel Gymnastics
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Jan 19 2018:16: Learning parts of words - Morphemes and the wug test
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Dec 21 2017:15: Talking and thinking about time
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Nov 17 2017:14: Getting into, up for, and down with prepositions
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Oct 19 2017:13: What Does it Mean to Sound Black? Intonation and Identity Interview with Nicole Holliday
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Sep 21 2017:12: Sounds you can’t hear - Babies, accents, and phonemes
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Aug 17 2017:11: Layers of meaning - Cooperation, humour, and Gricean Maxims
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Jul 20 2017:10: Learning languages linguistically
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Jun 15 2017:09: The bridge between words and sentences - Constituency
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May 18 2017:08: People who make dictionaries
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Apr 20 2017:07: Kids these days aren’t ruining language
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Mar 16 2017:06: All the sounds in all the languages - The International Phonetic Alphabet
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Feb 16 2017:05: Colour words around the world and inside your brain
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Jan 16 2017:04: Inside the Word of the Year vote
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Dec 15 2016:03: Arrival of the Linguists - Review of the Alien Linguistics Movie
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Dec 13 2016:02: Pronouns. Little words, big jobs
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Dec 13 2016:01: Speaking a single language won’t bring about world peace
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