Betreute Abschlussarbeiten

  • Angelsächsische Personennamen
  • Anglicisms in Finnish: A Comparison Between Generations
  • Between Cockney and RP: David Beckham's Idiolect
  • Black London English in Da Ali G Show – eine linguistische Analyse und ein Vergleich der zum Crossing führenden Motivationen von jugendlichen Londonern und der Kunstfigur Ali G
  • Conceptual Metaphors in Football News
  • Dialects in Comedy: An Analysis of Phonological Features in Dialect Imitations in British Stand-up Comedy
  • Die Verwendung von redeeinleitenden Verben in der Berichterstattung – ein Vergleich zwischen dem Frühneuenglischen und dem heutigen Englisch
  • Distribution Patterns of going to-future in British and American English – A Corpus Study
  • Do Programming Languages Mirror Natural Languages?
  • English – Spanish Contrasts: The Noun Phrase
  • The Etymology of Shit
  • Frequency and Constraint Effects on Lexical Access in Unimpaired and Speech-Impaired Subjects
  • Functions of Code-Switching in Religious Writings of the Middle English Period
  • Gender Conceptions in Selected Letters from the Early Modern English Period
  • Gender-Specific Language – A Conversation Analysis of a Political Talk Show
  • Glottal Stops in London English – An Analysis of the Differences Between the Sexes and the Social Acceptability of Glottal Stops
  • John Withals' A Short Dictionarie For Yonge Beginners in contrast with the Promptorium Parvulorum
  • Language Contact between Celtic and English: Influence on the English Progressive?
  • London Street Names in the Context of the City's History
  • Men and Women in Conversation
  • Metaphorical Language in Politics – Hillary Clinton vs. Donald J. Trump
  • Nomenclature in Learner's Dictionaries: Principles and Problems
  • On the Use of be like as a Quotative
  • Reading between the Lines of Noah Webster's Linguistic Works: The Story of a Man in the Pages of the First American Dictionaries
  • Reclaiming Slurs: The Example of Gay and Queer
  • Speech Representation in Political News Reporting of Four British Newspapers – A Corpus-based Analysis of Style
  • The Difference Between Hong Kong English and British English Usage in Business Context
  • The Use of Auxiliary Do in the Paston Letters of the Fifteenth Century
  • TH-Fronting in London English – A Comparison between 1993 and 2016
  • Über of als Ersatz für auxiliares have in Modalverbkonstruktionen
  • Uncovering the Magic behind Old English Charms – A Text Type Analysis