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Language Politics and Language Pedagogics, Africa, American, Native, Canada (early history, First Nations, Metis, language), Empires and colonies (Africa: Danes in Ghana, Canada's east coast ca. 1600, cultural encounters, India), Language acquisition (language disorders, twins), Language history (comparative linguistics, etymology) (gender differences, language change, languages in contat), Morphology (polysynthetic lanuages, reduplication), North America in general (First Nations, Native Americans), Other Languages, Other countries (Sri Lanka Portuguese), Others, Phonetics and phonology, West Africa (creoles, Danish activities, Ghana, pidgins)
Corpus linguistics, Language teaching, Spanish in South and North America, Spanish language acquisition, Spanish semantics
Language Politics and Language Pedagogics, Danish dialects, Danish lexicography (dictionaries), Danish phonetics and phonology (sound system), Dialect, German, Dutch, Frisian and Yiddish, History of the Danish language, Language Use (text and conversation), Language history (comparative linguistics, etymology), Sociolects (child language, language of adolescents, immigrants, specialised language etc)
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Attitudes to language, Corpus linguistics, Dialect, English as a world language, English dialects, English etymology and lexichology, English morphology, English syntax, Generative linguistics, Language history (comparative linguistics, etymology), Language norms (orthography), Pragmatic linguistics (Historical Pragmatics), Specialised language research (The Paston Family), Syntax, Text typology (genre theory) (Personal Letters), Varieties of English outside the British Isles