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Jan Juhl Lindschouw

Jan Juhl Lindschouw

Associate Professor

Current research

Language changes within the tense and aspect system in French, Spanish and Italian with emphasis on the mutual alternation of future and past tenses.

Academic writing in French with special emphasis on peer feedback

The Danish Princess Leonora Christina's acquisition of French compared to the French norm and variation in the 17th Century 

 

Fields of interest

- All mentioned research and teaching areas.
- Francophony.
- The status of foreign languages in Denmark.
- Research and Educational Policy. 

 

Teaching


Teaching

- French Grammar
- Linguistics
- Translation French-Danish
- Translation Danish-French
- French Written Communication
- French Phonetics and Phonology
- Text Linguistics
- Linguistic Optional Subject 
- Linguistic Subjects (Mood and Modality within Romance Languages; Language Change)
- Second Language Acquisition

Supervision
- All linguistic areas of French, preferably (but not necessarily) with a comparative aspect to other Romance languages and/or to Danish. 
- French Grammar (i.e. Mood, Tense, Aspect, Infinite Verbs, Nouns, Pronouns, Adjectives, Determinatives, Negations, Topology, etc.).
- Linguistics, especially Pragmatics and Language Variation, including Language Change and Grammaticalization.
- Translation and Translation Theory (French-Danish; Danish-French).
- Second Language Acquisition

Primary fields of research

- French Grammar and Linguistics.
- Mood and Modality.
- Tense.
- Aspect.
- Language Change within Romance Languages.
- Grammaticalization.
- Variational Linguistics.
- Methods on collecting data from huge electronic corpora.
- Academic writing

 

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