Hello, my friend! I’m Minqi Liu, a second-year Ph.D. student in the Department of Linguistics at UCLA. I am also a member of UCLA Language Lab. I’m currently working on syntax and language acquisition. My webpage is still under construction. Please click on my CV if you want to learn more about me. Thank you! : )
- Syntax and L1 acquisition of sluices/pseudo-sluices in Mandarin Chinese: my CLS 55 talk, GALA 14 talk.
- Phonotactic adaptions of English words borrowed in Mandarin A-not-A reduplication constructions: my LSA proceeding paper [pdf].
- I will give a talk in the 14th Generative Approaches to Language Acquisition conference (GALA 14) on Sluicing in Child Mandarin: Effects of Lexical Ambiguity (joint work with Nina Hyams and Victoria Mateu).
- I’m going to Crete, Greece for the CreteLing summer school this July.
- I gave a talk in the 55th meeting of the Chicago Linguistics Society (CLS 55) on Delayed Subject Advantages in Mandarin Sluicing Acquisition.
- I received a $ 6,000 support for Graduate Summer Research Mentorship (advisor: Nina Hyams) from UCLA.
- I presented my poster on English Adaptations in Mandarin A-not-A Constructions in the 93rd annual meeting of the Linguistics Society of America (LSA 93). [pdf]