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A university master of arts, yet forever a learner: language cannot be learned all, fortunately to language lovers.

Background Information

I first heard American over the radio. My father was listening; when I showed interest, he put the radio on a low shelf for me to be able to reach and told me how to use it. At first, I was curious about any tongue I could hear. He told me to try to focus on one, and I chose American — it had to be American, looking to the consequence. ;)

Birth Place
Czestochowa,  Poland

M. A. degree, Adam Mickiewicz University, Poznan, Poland; specialization American English and psycholinguistics

Additional Information

Feel welcome to evaluate my grammar project, Travelers in Grammar. Weebly shows an extensive insight. In a nutshell: we can flexibly use spatial parameters to operate the grammatical Aspect, rather than memorize definitions and rules.

Feel as welcome to my thesis: tests by Ladefoged showed speech and language dependence on feedback without exception; human DNA needs cellular feedback for active protein; human endurance under feedback impoverishment has been proved lower than for fasting the role of feedback in language processing can be posited to approximate a drive.

My website on Emily Dickinson's poetry explains why I stay by the first print. I do not believe the poetry ever was about special Bees, Ears, or Birds. Mr. Johnson and later editors were in error: Ms. Dickinson's patterned inspiration with Latin and Greek was overlooked; draft features of the written matter were forwarded into print. You have the relevant links below.

Favorite Links

Travel in Grammar
My grammar project

Feedback in Language
My defended thesis

Poetry by Emily Dickinson
My translation of Emily Dickinson: why I disagree with Johnsonian and later edits

Language and mind
My linguistic commentary and books

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