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Research

Some of the areas in which I am currently doing research are Corpus Linguistics, Construction Grammar, Cognitive Linguistics, pragmatics.

 

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Teaching

Some of the courses that I have taught recently: English Grammar, Languages of the world, Research writing, Academic English.

 

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Professional experience

Full-time Lecturer

2011 - current

Case Western Reserve University
Cleveland, OH, USA

Graduate Teaching Associate

2003 - 2011

Oklahoma State University
Stillwater, OK, USA

Instructor

2001 - 2003

Universitatea de Nord Baia Mare
Baia Mare, Romania

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Research interests

Some of my research interests include

  • Construction Grammar
  • Second Language Writing
  • Corpus Linguistics
  • Cognitive Linguistics
  • Discourse Analysis
Construction Grammar
95%
Second language writing
80%
Corpus Linguistics
90%
Discourse analysis
82%

Latest research activity

Demeter, G. (June, 2017). The Use of Explicit Apologies in Academic Spoken English. Presented at Faces of English 2:Teaching and Researching Academic and Professional English Conference, Hong Kong, Hong Kong.

Conference presentation

Demeter, G. (2016). On discourse-motivated ‘sorries’: Fictive apologies in English, Hungarian, and Romanian. In E. Pascual, & S. Sandler (eds.). The Conversation Frame: Forms and Functions of Fictive Interaction (pp. 151-168). Amsterdam: John Benjamins Publishing Company.

Latest publication
Presentations
28
Publications
5
Courses taught
13
Photos
1482

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About me

I’m currently a full time lecturer at Case Western Reserve University in Cleveland, Ohio.

I received my PhD in English with concentrations in applied linguistics and TESL from Oklahoma State University in 2011. My main research interests include Cognitive Linguistics, Construction Grammar, corpus linguistics, and second language writing. Most recently, I have been studying fictive apologies as well as the use of simulations and language corpora in teaching English for Academic Purposes.

If you want to find out about my research, teaching, and interests, feel free to browse the pages of this website.

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Case Western Reserve University