Brandywine Global Programs Ireland 2016

#BWLingIreland

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  1. In March 2016, Penn State Brandywine Global Programs traveled to Ireland to expand our studies in Linguistics, Human Development, Management, and Kinesiology.

    Students in Linguistics 100 (Foundations of Linguistics) documented their travels on social media.

    Learn more about future Brandywine Global Programs trips at bw.psu.edu/global-programs or email Dr. Evan Bradley at evan.d.bradley@psu.edu.

  2. We began our linguistic analysis before we even left the US...
  3. @Regranned from @yevb0 -  Language or Dialect? This kiosk has promoted #Quebecois #BWLingIreland - #regrann
    @Regranned from @yevb0 - Language or Dialect? This kiosk has promoted #Quebecois #BWLingIreland - #regrann
  4. @Regranned from @yevb0 -  United representing a good selection of X-pop sub-genres #BWLingIreland #latergram - #regrann
    @Regranned from @yevb0 - United representing a good selection of X-pop sub-genres #BWLingIreland #latergram - #regrann

  5. Ireland is a very interesting place, linguistically, both due to the current landscape there, but also due to its history.

    We were also visiting during the centennial celebration of the 1916 revolution which resulted in the creation of the modern Irish republic.
  6. @Regranned from @yevb0 -  Timely anniversary of this movie, coinciding with the 1916-2016 celebration. Incidentally, we drove by a pub known to be frequented by Liam N in Cushendall the other day #BWLingIreland - #regrann
    @Regranned from @yevb0 - Timely anniversary of this movie, coinciding with the 1916-2016 celebration. Incidentally, we drove by a pub known to be frequented by Liam N in Cushendall the other day #BWLingIreland - #regrann

  7. Ireland has it's own variety of English, sometimes known as Hiberno-English.

    It has some similarities to British varieties of English, but has also been influenced by the Irish language and other sources.
  8. @Regranned from @yevb0 -  An oldie from my last trip to get us started before we go to airplane mode:

Inversion, yes; do support, no!

#HibernoEnglish #BWLingIreland - #regrann
    @Regranned from @yevb0 - An oldie from my last trip to get us started before we go to airplane mode: Inversion, yes; do support, no! #HibernoEnglish #BWLingIreland - #regrann
  9. @Regranned from @yevb0 -  Haven't ancountered this collective noun plural #HibernoEnglish #BWLingIreland - #regrann
    @Regranned from @yevb0 - Haven't ancountered this collective noun plural #HibernoEnglish #BWLingIreland - #regrann
  10. @Regranned from @yevb0 - "...then things went pear-shaped" Declan intoducing the song (Whiskey in the Jar)  #HibernoEnglish #BWLingIreland - #regrann
    @Regranned from @yevb0 - "...then things went pear-shaped" Declan intoducing the song (Whiskey in the Jar) #HibernoEnglish #BWLingIreland - #regrann
  11. @Regranned from @yevb0 -  Cotton wool = cotton ball #HibernoEnglish #BWLingIreland - #regrann
    @Regranned from @yevb0 - Cotton wool = cotton ball #HibernoEnglish #BWLingIreland - #regrann
  12. @Regranned from @yevb0 -  Childminder = Babysitter #HibernoEnglish #BWLingIreland - #regrann
    @Regranned from @yevb0 - Childminder = Babysitter #HibernoEnglish #BWLingIreland - #regrann
  13. @Regranned from @yevb0 -  I knew this as a lark's head, but this sounds more colorful #BWLingIreland - #regrann
    @Regranned from @yevb0 - I knew this as a lark's head, but this sounds more colorful #BWLingIreland - #regrann

  14. Of course, Ireland is also home to the Irish language (sometimes referred to outside of Ireland as Gaelic, and known in Irish as Gaeilge).

    Only a small number of people speak Irish natively (as their home language), but due to its cultural importance, it is supported and encouraged by the state, and is a compulsory subject in school.
  15. @Regranned from @yevb0 -  Only two languages available at this ATM #BWLingIreland - #regrann
    @Regranned from @yevb0 - Only two languages available at this ATM #BWLingIreland - #regrann
  16. @Regranned from @yevb0 -  Thanks to the Phonetics and Speech Lab and Professor Ailbhe Ní Chasaide for hosting us today! I am inspired to bring a pound of butter to my next lab meeting. #BWLingIreland - #regrann
    @Regranned from @yevb0 - Thanks to the Phonetics and Speech Lab and Professor Ailbhe Ní Chasaide for hosting us today! I am inspired to bring a pound of butter to my next lab meeting. #BWLingIreland - #regrann
  17. @Regranned from @yevb0 -  Studying Irish #Gaeilge in Galway #BWLingIreland - #regrann
    @Regranned from @yevb0 - Studying Irish #Gaeilge in Galway #BWLingIreland - #regrann
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