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between Mood and Modality

With the concept of Mood and Modality introduced by Halliday (1994) theorizing about the degree of definiteness in interlocutors’ utterances, linguists are now seeking to unravel the application of theory not only spanning across the spoken interlanguage, but also other languages, such as vernacular language.

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Sharing Sunday: GTA Pre-con 2017

Pre-con 2017’s back for some more fun! I did my best to take as many pictures but these were the ones that survived the entire day. 56 more words


100 % futsal

The careful visitor may have discovered this already, but for some of you this will be a bit of news. In this year, I have taken a little calmer year, mostly because I have taken parental leave. 703 more words

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The relevance of typology in grammatical research

Many New Testament scholars look at language typology with suspicion. Some believe that using typological studies is dangerous because they have the potential to mislead the scholar to draw conclusions about Greek grammar not from the internal structure of the language, but instead the structure of other languages. 1,311 more words


SFL Intelligence Contest Finishes Successfully

SFL-TNU – On 21st April, 2017 the SFL‘s Intelligence Contest found the winner. Tu Van Cuong, a third-year student, rang the golden bell after answering 20 questions. 251 more words