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Glad to hear my paper for Disfluency in Spontaneous Speech has been accepted. Looking forward to it! https://t.co/gssufm5Tp91 year 9 weeks ago
RT : Lots of segmentation happening on the this week. Look at this beautiful filled pause (UH) from a Wak… https://t.co/aJylQtpSwx1 year 10 weeks ago
RT : THIS NEEDS TO BE RT'D ENDLESSLY https://t.co/vzp9ffV7Y41 year 13 weeks ago
Is a Japanese translation forthcoming? 日本語訳はまだ? https://t.co/TxrXyJaTbk1 year 14 weeks ago
Was pleased to speak to the linguists at the University of Lisbon Faculty of Letters yesterday. Great audience & insightful questions. Thx! — 1 year 14 weeks ago
My father often retold a story about an editor he knew named "Edward". The writers around him would often try to sa… https://t.co/33Vj7A9lqe1 year 16 weeks ago
My alter ego I suppose? — 1 year 19 weeks ago
"Josef Frueh". Is that you? https://t.co/yzNXhg9hPb1 year 19 weeks ago
RT : actually that's a real thing lots of languages do, it's called a filled pause and it exists for the exact reason you said — 1 year 21 weeks ago
RT : Updated Bibliography my latest publications on DIAL here https://t.co/lbZt85FbsR1 year 22 weeks ago
RT : Autistic children use fillers (um, uh, hmm...) at a lower rate than typical children https://t.co/JD7w7lVY54 speech disfluency study, free — 1 year 22 weeks ago
RT : Ironic sentence of the day: "Active voice is preferred." — 1 year 22 weeks ago
RT : Great opportunity for outstanding corpus linguists https://t.co/cVJMuNrRFu1 year 24 weeks ago
RT : I see the NYT has been at it again with a dumb piece abt 'filler words'. Here's a corrective. https://t.co/ZqA4gbtXbE1 year 24 weeks ago