Bilingualism Gang

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Bilingualism Gang: Our Poster Draft

As the end of the semester draws near, we look forward to receiving your feedback once more. We can't wait to read what you all think of our poster draft!

Bilingualism Gang: Our Paper Prototype

Our QuestionHow can we better convey information from a target language in hopes of modulating the tension between translation and interpretation?Our SolutionThe solution we decided to pursue after our peers’ feedback was a speech translator that incorporates prosodic elements of speech (i.e: rhythm, loudness, stress, speed, pitch, and

Reaching out to an expert, with a few bumps in the road

Our task this week was to get in touch with an expert regarding our problem and solution. As a reminder, the problem we wanted to solve was:How can we better convey information from a target language in hopes of modulating the tension between translation and interpretation?The solution we

Bilingualism Gang: Your Feedback

In the two weeks since our last blogpost, we’ve been actively engaged in thinking more about our ideas and what they would entail. After getting our peers’ feedback, we wanted to update you guys on where we stand right now! But first, to recap, our current working ideas:Prosody-preserving

Bilingualism Gang: Problems & Solutions

After brainstorming on problems in the world related to our shared interest in bilingualism, we decided we wanted to improve communication among people coming from different backgrounds this led us to our original question: How can we tackle the limited effectiveness of many current translations?Your FeedbackWe pitched this problem

Bilingualism Gang: Meet the Team

Nikhil AvadhaniNikhil is a junior in the College from New Jersey, where he is located this semester. He is studying neuroscience and linguistics, and is particularly interested in bilingualism and language acquisition.Sarah LeeSarah was born and raised in Seoul South Korea. That’s also where she’s currently located