Tim Gorichanaz

Milwaukee, WI

timgorichanaz.com

Age: 25

I recently graduated from Marquette University, but I'll always be a student. I'm currently earning my TESOL certificate from the University of Milwaukee-Wisconsin, and soon I'll be off to earn my MA in Spanish linguistics. Language is one of my loves in life, along with tea and Futurama. While I'm getting my art and writing careers off the ground, I'm winning bread at a Milwaukee-based marketing-communications agency managing projects and analyzing statistics—with pizzazz.

I'm a kid from southeastern Wisconsin. Yes, I love cheese. And frozen custard. I have eight siblings. In my spare time (when I'm not doing the stuff above or below), I shoot photos, make Web sites, travel and read.

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awarded Revival
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awarded Teacher
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20
answered Is there a division in society (according to age) about the post-reform orthography?
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awarded Autobiographer
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awarded Yearling
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awarded Scholar
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accepted Is redundancy in language really impossible? (Case of the Spanish imperfect subjunctive)
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awarded Student
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asked Is redundancy in language really impossible? (Case of the Spanish imperfect subjunctive)
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awarded Supporter
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awarded Supporter
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awarded Editor
Jun
20
revised Why is the number of grammatical cases in Germanic and Romance languages decreasing?
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20
comment Why is the number of grammatical cases in Germanic and Romance languages decreasing?
Okay, "recent" is subjective :). Removed.
Jun
18
answered Approximant vs. fricative realization of /b/, /d/, /g/
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18
answered Why is the number of grammatical cases in Germanic and Romance languages decreasing?
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18
comment Is there anything analogous to grammatical gender for verbs?
Well, I do think it's relevant to the question because the subject's gender is shown in the verb. The subject isn't always a person; it could be something that we English speakers don't generally consider to have gender. In this way, the verb requires morphological markers that "seem arbitrary from a semantic point of view."
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answered Is there anything analogous to grammatical gender for verbs?
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awarded Revival
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comment Have very many studies been done on the difficulties that people have in verbally describing faces and other visual stimuli?
Those are empirical questions! Though no studies yet that I am aware of / can find.
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