- Professor: When in doubt, it's probably a theme.
- Girl in Back: Or an adverb!
My Syntax professor has a habit of describing overly complicated rules as, “nasty,” “raunchy,” and a bunch of other adjectives that makes it sound like we were having an entirely different sort of class.
I actually feel like posting one of these rules and tagging it with all kinds of sexual innuendos so that Tumblr pervs can feel a little bit of their time wasted.
Sorry I haven’t been posting in a while. I need your help however.
It’s spring and I’m a Junior, and although I’m a Linguistics major, I know I will find an internship for the summer lol. (I actually plan to write a post on here about how you don’t have to work in academia to be a linguist.)
However, I want to start a WordPress to develop my writing, gather samples, and all sorts of professional.. stuff.
You guys are probably scrambling for ideas of your own to write about, but I was wondering if anyone had any questions about any focus of linguistics at all that I could answer? You could drop them in my ask, or whatever.
Is there one? Or more?