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RIP. Years ago, I worked at one ND Seishin school. Never met Sr. Watanabe, but heard many impressive stories. https://t.co/7PVTtrgSzt49 weeks 3 days ago
Though smaller in scale, I use to manage my lab: Really eases communication with collabs, RAs, and TAs. https://t.co/C9YQu4YOCk49 weeks 4 days ago
RT : The effect of filled pauses on the processing of the surface form and the establishment of causal connections duri… https://t.co/yT6amzYSYa50 weeks 2 days ago
RT : Looking forward to hosting you both in Japan! I'll be announcing the symposium details for everyone shortly. https://t.co/qXZIboMnaA50 weeks 3 days ago
RT : Filled pauses❤️ — 51 weeks 21 hours ago
RT : TESOL just posted an ESP blog entry where I talk about leadership and the creation of my department. See it here: https://t.co/uca04KYNlv51 weeks 1 day ago
Congratulations to Barbara. I saw her talk, and indeed, it was a very lucid presentation on . https://t.co/fCBLClZ8Uf51 weeks 3 days ago
Disfluency in Spontaneous Speech () - a satellite workshop of - now has a web site! https://t.co/FRxXDmM7G01 year 1 day ago
I've had these students in my Tech Writing and Tech Presentation classes. It's pretty interesting -… https://t.co/iduFRY5Q7y1 year 3 days ago
RT : Many thanks to Franklin Chang for his stimulating talk about prediction as learning at the /BLIT colloquium https://t.co/YqjC5ethnd1 year 3 days ago
RT : Hostess- "What's your name?" Me - "Umm, it's Gemma" (5 min later) "Table for Umitz Gemma?" - a thing that happened — 1 year 4 days ago
RT : How to stop using filler words https://t.co/zfeaNPsYB4 ums are normal. Another misguided anti-um post cc 1 year 4 days ago
Now this, this is scary... USB Killer, yours for $50, lets you easily fry almost every device https://t.co/2Ig8HZOIMk1 year 1 week ago
Had a great day talking about filled pauses at Phonetic Society of Japan's 334th Rsch Mtg. Thanks to all attendees! https://t.co/uDJO8TiUDG1 year 1 week ago