Sia, siak, sial, siol: Variation in Colloquial Singapore English sia. With Mohamed Hafiz Bin Mohamed Juraimi, Mie Hiramoto, Wilkinson Gonzales & Jakob Leimgruber. NWAV Asia-Pacific 7, Chulalongkorn University, Bangkok, Thailand (virtual). Dec 2022. [slides]
Dissociating genitive case assignment from possessor agreement: Evidence from Khalkha Mongolian nominalised clauses. Workshop on Altaic Formal Linguistics 16, University of Rochester, virtual. Sep/Oct 2022. [slides]
Adverbial confirm in Colloquial Singapore English. Society for Pidgin and Creole Linguistics. 2022 Virtual Winter Meeting. January 2022. [handout]
Dependent accusative case in Khalkha Mongolian: Evidence from converbal adjuncts. 96th Annual Meeting of the Linguistic Society of America. Washington D.C., USA. January 2022. [poster]
Sentence-final adverbs in Colloquial Singapore English revisited: Increasing frequency and stabilization in a WhatsApp corpus. With Mie Hiramoto, Jessica Choo, Wilkinson Gonzales & Jakob Leimgruber. NWAV Asia-Pacific 6, National University of Singapore, Singapore. February, 2021. [slides]
(bo)jio and its variants in Singlish WhatsApp messages. With Jakob Leimgruber, Wilkinson Gonzales, Jessica Choo & Mie Hiramoto. 24th Conference of the International Association of World Englishes, University of Limerick, Ireland. June, 2019.
Ethnic and gender variation in the CMC use of Colloquial Singapore English discourse particles. With Jakob Leimgruber, Jessica Choo, Wilkinson Gonzales & Mie Hiramoto. Society of Pidgin and Creole Linguistics, New York, New York, USA. January, 2019.