[RNLD] Reminder: Linguistics Trivia! (Tues 19th Dec)
Kathleen Margaret Jepson
kjepson at student.unimelb.edu.au
Thu Dec 14 20:06:24 EST 2017
On Tuesday 19th December, the **THIRD LINGUISTICS TRIVIA NIGHT** will be
hosted by Rosey and Katie (from the University of Melbourne), as an
end-of-year get-together! Don't worry – we won't be testing you on the
finer points of Glue semantics, or asking you to produce a nasal-ingressive
voiceless velar trill, but we will put together some fun questions and
puzzles that are broadly language-themed. Language enthusiasts in the
Melbourne area are all welcome!
Trivia will be at The Clyde Hotel, beginning at 7pm, but we suggest you
arrive a bit before if you want to grab a bite to eat. Food and drink are
available at reasonable prices (see menu
There is no cost to participate, but there will be a donation box at the
door, and any contributions will go towards one or more Master-Apprentice
Language Learning Kits to support language work by Indigenous participants
in training programs offered by the Resource Network for Linguistic
Previous trivia fundraising efforts led to Zoom recorders to support work
on the Ngarrindjeri, Wonnarua and Jandai languages.
We'd like to get an idea of numbers in advance, so please RSVP here
Sunday 17th December if you'd like to attend.
*Date:* Tuesday December 19th
*Time:* 6pm-ish, for trivia starting 7pm
*Location:* The Clyde Hotel
, 385 Cardigan Street, Carlton
*Cost:* Optional donation, and any food or drink you want to purchase.
*RSVP:* By Sunday 17th December, at this link
**There will also be some prizes on offer for the winning teams (thanks to
the Centre of Excellence for the Dynamics of Language
<http://www.dynamicsoflanguage.edu.au/>), AND two additional door prizes
(thanks to La Mama Theatre <http://lamama.com.au/> and Palace Cinemas
Feel free to pass this information on to anyone who might be interested. We
look forward to seeing you there!
Rosey and Katie
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