LLAS Event

llasevent iconEngaging creatively with modern languages (UWE, Bristol)
Event date: 14 January, 2009
Location: The Octagon Centre, Frenchay Campus, University of the West of England

News item

news iconProspect/Franco-British Council creative writing prize
Win a trip to France and cash prizes!
Prizes will be awarded to sixth formers and university students (aged 16-25) for a short story inspired by France and the French. The winning pieces will also appear in Prospect and the best contributions will be included in an exciting new collection of work to be published by the Franco-British Council.

Web Guide (GPG)

webguide iconThe teaching of stylistics
Stylistics is the study of linguistic style, whereas (theoretical) Linguistics is the study of linguistic form. The term 'style' is used in linguistics to describe the choices which language makes available to a user, above and beyond the choices necessary for the simple expression of a meaning. Linguistic form can be interpreted as a set of possibilities for the production of texts, and thereby linguistic form makes possible linguistic style.