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I'm an assistant professor in the Department of English Language and Literature. My research focuses on psycholinguistic experimentation using the eye-tracking technology. I am also interested in formal phonology and morphology. Much of the research I conduct centers on speech perception and word recognition in Semitic languages, especially Arabic. I also work on child language research and developmental language disorders.

 Here, you will know more about me, my research interest, publications, and blogs. You can also visit my personal website: www.dralamri.net

 


The aim of this course is to provide the students with a general introduction to English morphology and syntax. It is designed to give the students a brief glimpse of the theory and...
The aim of this course is two-fold: (i) to introduce students to the subject matter and methodology of linguistics; (ii) to teach students how to recognize and analyze systematic patterns...