- Monday 18th July - Pre-conference workshops from Andrea Tyler, Michael Spranger, Willem Hollmman, Alan Wallington, and Welsh lessons from Bangor Uni
- Sorry about the seagulls! They are so rude.
- — Terry McDonough (@Terry_McDonough)Tue, Jul 19 2016 06:12:02First day of #UKCLC2016 Excited - but not as excited as Bangor's seagulls, who are clearly arguing about force dynamics. ;)
- Bangor was inundated with Cognitive Linguists. We shared the uni and the surrounding pubs with fish people from the Annual Fish Synposium. They seemed fun!
- Vyv Evans kicked things off with the first plenary talk on Tuesday morning.
- — Reyes Llopis-García (@rllopis_CU)Tue, Jul 19 2016 08:19:11Evans -Grammar emerged when the "symbolic threshold" was crossed: the need to go beyond iconicity + convey more complex semantics #UKCLC2016
- — Reyes Llopis-García (@rllopis_CU)Tue, Jul 19 2016 16:36:00The "Cognitive Approaches to Language Teaching" panel was the HOTTEST topic at the #UKCLC2016 today: both LITERALLY and FIGURATIVELY!! 🎓🔥🔝
- Our second plenary talk was from Penelope Brown who swiftly departed for Papua New Guinea to do some fieldwork!
- The wine reception and poster session was followed by a student social evening at The Greek where our linguistic knoweldge was tested to the limits with a linguistic quiz.
- Day 2 began with Dedre Genter and was, thankfully, not as hot and sticky as Tuesday!
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