The Tutor Bank has tutors in LaTeX and the following courses: LING200, LING222, LING315, LING335, LING371, LING372, LING373.
TUTOR BANK FUND: If you are a student at Concordia University currently enrolled in any of these courses you are eligible for a maximum of 3 hours of FREE tutoring sessions. The Tutor Bank fund will be distributed on a first come first serve basis. Once the fund has been depleted, the Linguistics Student Association will no longer cover tutoring costs. **CURRENTLY ON PAUSE UNTIL FALL 2021**
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LING 200 (Intro to Ling), LING 335 (Historical Ling), LING 371 (Semantics) & LaTeX!
I am in my final year of Honours Linguistics. I find theoretical linguistics, in general, to be fascinating -- I really want to know the secrets of our minds. I tend to think in a very mathematic, systematic way, so my favourite areas are semantics and phonology. (P.S. I do not have my own dog. yet.)
Aglaia Ruffino Jalles
LING 200 (Intro to Ling), LING 222 (Language and Mind)
I am an international 2nd year student of Linguistics major, French Literature and Italian double minor at Concordia University. I have a bachelor's degree in Education from São Paulo University (USP) in Brazil, and I love to teach and study about human learning processes. The areas of study in Linguistics that interest me the most are Language Acquisition, Psycholinguistics, Sociolinguistics and Bilingualism studies.
LING 200 (Intro to Ling), LING 222 (Language and Mind), LING 315 (Syntax), LING 373 (Phonology)
My name is Marguerite but I go by Margo. I am a second year Linguistic student in the Honours program. My favourite areas of study in linguistics are Syntax and Semantics. My first language is French, so we can use either English or French.