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Evernote: a master student’s new best friend

serenaregnard (15 août 2016)

After four years of study comes the final year with its master dissertation, which will be every master student’s major preoccupation for several months. This research project is quite demanding, and a good organization will help students pass the hurdle with an easy mind. Once the topic is chosen ...

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Anglicisms and brain rewiring: « J’ai confronté ma mère dans la cuisine »

florentdasylva (1 juin 2016)

At first glance, the French quote in the title might sound acceptable to a French student studying English, yet it is not. While the words “week-end” and “management” have now been fully integrated into French, some verbs are still up for discussion. “Réaliser” in French, as in “ ...

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Exchange broadens the mind

Page, Anne (18 juin 2015)

Eight students’ accounts of their experiences abroad  Students at Aix-Marseille, as elsewhere, are strongly encouraged to apply for exchanges abroad. But what is really behind this presumably enriching and colourful experience—an experience that has become became a rite of passage for students ...

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What Future for English?

TAIRI, Mounir (1 avr. 2016)

One of the great advantages of studying English is that it does not just grant access to a wide array of different English-speaking cultures extending over five continents, but to a rich repository of non-native cultures as well. A scholar of English literature does not only read Wilde, Walcott and ...

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LERMAsteriales 2015: A Commitment to Research

Page, Anne (18 avr. 2015)

By Mylène Della-Monica (2015) On Friday 6 March 2015, at 8.45am, Professor Anne Dunan-Page, who has been organizing the LERMAsteriales for the last four years, opened the conference. After two long months of intense preparation, the LERMAsteriales were about to begin. Twenty-seven anxious students ...

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Speak/Spoke/Spoken

charlottekhemiri (15 avr. 2016)

On the way to bilingualism, my fellow English-learners and I have come to the conclusion that the essential flaw in our apprentissage is the obvious lack of exposure to English. The amount of time spent actually speaking the language in real conversation has been negligible. When personal enthusiasm ...

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Food for thought... thoughts on food !

alicepotaufeu (15 juin 2016)

What does higher education imply? It implies great and long efforts made by the brain to reach athletic levels of concentration combined with reasonable amounts of stress. Even if we, English students, are not considered to be physically active, we do have our share of marathon writing of ...

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4th Lermasteriales: 6 March 2015

Page, Anne (19 févr. 2015)

The 4th LERMASteriales, organized by the Masters students, will take place on campus, 29 avenue Robert Schuman (Aix-en-Provence), on Friday 6th March 2015, Room A220, from 8.45. As usual, the chosen theme is that of the annual conference of the French Association of English Lecturers, L'Engagement/ ...

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A Call for Further Discussion on the Fundamentals of a Theory of Biography

Page, Anne (19 mars 2015)

By Maryam Thirriard (2015) The first thing a newcomer to the study of life-writing would be likely to do is to set off in search of some references. This could give a sense of direction in this immense new territory. However, one soon discovers it is difficult to find a reference book or an ' ...

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Divine interjection

cedricaubert (1 sept. 2016)

Watching television and listening to podcasts in English has made me aware of something about interjections: a lot of them are references to God or Christianity. Many people casually use interjections such as “oh my God”, or “Jesus”, without thinking too much about it. But is this religious ...

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