The following are highlighted projects from ENG 334: Linguistics, taught by Dr. Sandra M. Leonard.
- There are two project types, Dialect and ConLang:
- For the Dialect projects, student groups were asked to do extensive research on a particular dialect or accent of English.
- Under the ConLang projects, a “Constructed Language” is a deliberately-created language, such as Esperanto and J.R.R. Tolkien's Elvish. For this project, students were asked to create their own language with a working grammar and brief lexicon.
Puellic: A Constructed Language, Taylor Zovko
Cockney Dialect Group Report, Trent Garlin and Delphi Molyviatis
Received Pronunciation Group Report, Ella Luzzi and Emma Cramer