Trace Table: wh-movement and T→C movement in English interrogatives (Last Updated: 2010-06-03) A comparative analysis of an exception I discovered regarding the T→C movement rule in English interrogatives.
English P3IM Morphophonological Algorithm (Last Updated: 2009-12-29) My version of the morphophonological algorithm that determines which allomorph to use for regular past tense, possessive, or plural inflection in English.
2nd Person Pronoun Use in Southern American and NYC English – American English; en-US (Published: 2010-05-19) A four-page paper about the use of
yall and you-all in the Southern United States, with a brief anecdotal account of the New York City equivalents: you guys, youse, and youse guys.
Endangered Language Case Study: Mohawk – Mohawk; Kanien’kéha; moh (Published: 2010-03-25) A five-page paper about Mohawk, a Native American language spoken in New York, Québec, and Ontario. It includes the history of the language, a brief description of its grammatical properties, and details about efforts to standardize the commonalities between its major dialects.
The Manx Language: Dead or Alive? – Manx; yn Gaelg or yn Gailck; gv (Published: 2009-05-01) A seven-page paper about the state of Manx, a Celtic language whose last native speaker died in 1974. It includes a history of the efforts to save and revive the language on the Isle of Man.