ACADEMIC LIFE / Cambridge / INSPIRATION

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syntactic trees and morphological analysis

noamchomsky

1. Syntax – Constituent Analysis, First Steps 

https://youtu.be/Tq-oviV5hK8 


2. Generative Syntax with Caroline Heycock     

by Linguistics and English Language at the University of Edinburgh    

(DETERMINERS https://youtu.be/UWgeCaK0a8c )


3. Basic ELEMENTS: Linguistic Video Scribes – Constituent Analysis

Some Links

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http://prezi.com/

Create astonishing presentations live and on the web

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use encyclopaedias

http://www.britannica.com

(Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy)

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join the community and practice your English

http://www.livemocha.com/

Livemocha is the world’s largest online language learning community and offers intelligently designed learning programs designed by native speakers of the language you are interested in.

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 English portal :  http://www.openculture.com

And Russian portal :  http://philology.ru

and another one http://www.textologia.ru

Plus: КиберЛенинка — это научная электронная библиотека, построенная на парадигме открытой науки (Open Science), основными задачами которой является популяризация науки и научной деятельности, общественный контроль качества научных публикаций, развитие междисциплинарных исследований, современного института научной рецензии и повышение цитируемости российской науки.

Научная библиотека КиберЛенинка: http://cyberleninka.ru/#ixzz3TV2LQE6Y

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AND A COUPLE ENGLISH  SITES ABOUT LITERATURE

Literature can be pretty boring. CliffsNotes’ guides present and explain literary and other works in a condensed & simple form online.

http://www.cliffsnotes.com/

Sometimes you don’t understand your teacher, your textbooks make no sense, and you have to read sixteen chapters by tomorrow. SparkNotes is a resource you can turn to when you’re confuzzled. They ‘ll help you understand books, write papers, and study for tests.

http://www.sparknotes.com