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Fong, I. W. Ronald

澳門大學人文學院英文系助理教授

Ronald Fong first joined the University of Macau as Lecturer of English Studies and then he was Programme Coordinator of English Studies – General Programme before the Department of English was established. He was also a member of several search committees and was involved with the curriculum revision for linguistics. He is Assistant Professor of English Linguistics now.

Ronald was educated in Macau, the UK and Hong Kong. He obtained his MPhil from Glasgow University, Scotland, specializing in Modern English Language, before he received training in generative and functional linguistics from other universities.

Ronald is interested in a wide range of topics in linguistics from syntax to sociolinguistics, which is reflected in his publications. He specializes in the interface between syntax and semantics, particularly in the constructionist models. His publications include academic journal articles, editing a book on discourse and grammar to which Halliday and Fries contributed, and a recent monograph on the Chinese resultative construction. He is also interested in popularizing linguistics and this has resulted in several articles of the subject in newspapers and journals. Ronald is now working on a book on the cognitive constructional approach to translation.

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