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PhD in Linguistics (specialized in Applied Linguistics), University of Pittsburgh

MA in Linguistics, University of Pittsburgh

BA in Japanese Studies, The Chinese University of Hong Kong

CONFERENCE PRESENTATIONS

  1. Winterstein, G., Lai, R., Luk, Z. P., & McCready, E. (2018, February). A corpus-based analysis of the gendered use of Cantonese sentence final particles. Paper presented at the NWAV Asia Pacific 5. University of Queensland, Brisbane.
  2. Winterstein, G., Lai, R., Luk, Z. P., & McCready, E. (2017, November). Authority and gendered speech: Cantonese particles and sajiao. Paper presented at the Colloque De Syntaxe et Sémantique à Paris. ENS, Paris.
  3. Winterstein, G., Lai, R., & Luk, Z. P. (2017, November). Denials and negative emotions: a unified analysis of the Cantonese expressive gwai2. Paper presented at the Logic and Engineering of Natural Language Semantics (LENLS). University of Tsukuba, Japan.
  4. Lai, R, Luk, Z. P., & Winterstein, G. (2016, December). Cantonese gwai2 as a pure expressive. Paper presented at the 21st International Conference on Yue Dialects. Macao Polytechnic Institute, Macau.
  5. Lai R., Luk, Z. P., & Winterstein, G. (2015, December). Two distinct Cantonese sentence particles: Additive vs. mirative tim1. Paper presented at the 20th International Conference on Yue Dialects. The Chinese University of Hong Kong.
  6. Luk, Z. P. (2013, September). Investigating the transitive and intransitive constructions in English and Japanese: A quantitative study. Paper presented at the Cognition and Language Workshop. University of California, Santa Barbara, USA.
  7. Luk, Z. P. (2012, May). Investigating the transitive and intransitive constructions in English, Chinese, and Japanese. Paper presented at the International Conference on Bilingualism and Comparative Linguistics. The Chinese University of Hong Kong.
  8. Luk, Z. P. (2010, April). Motion events in Japanese and English: Does learning a second language change the way you view the world? Paper presented at the Space and Time across Languages, Disciplines, and Cultures. University of Cambridge, UK.
  9. Luk, Z. P. & Shirai, Y. (2008, October). Is the acquisition order of grammatical morphemes impervious to L1 knowledge? Paper presented at the Second Language Research Forum. University of Hawaii, Manoa.
  10. Luk, Z. P. (2007, July). Transitive or intransitive: Choice of verbs by Chinese learners of Japanese. Paper presented at the 10th International Cognitive Linguistics Conference. Krakow, Poland.
  11. Luk, Z. P. (2007, May). Transitive or intransitive: Choice of verbs by Chinese learners of Japanese. Paper presented at the 2nd International Association Francaise de Linguistique Cognitive Conference. Lille, France.

Research interests

  • First/second language acquisition from a usage-based perspective
  • Transitive/intransitive alternations
  • Language and Cognition

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