Experienced Literature Thesis Paper Writer I Waterford, Ireland

Ben H Jase

Ireland | 09:33 AM Local Time
Completed : Masters & PhD (English as a Global Language)
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198 (Including Test Assignments and Revisions)
University Studied
Dublin City University
Last Updated
18 September, 2020

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About me:
My name is Ben Jase, I am an Ireland citizen from Melbourne, by birth and I am currently studying for my Masters Program in English as a global language from the School of Languages and Linguistics at the Dublin City University. I did my graduate studies from United Kingdom and then decided to relocate to Waterford, Ireland. Both my parents have been educators and it is from them that I gained an abiding interest in linguistics which I avidly pursue till this day.

My expertise: 
My interest in linguistic is indeed endearing all the more since I am fully conversant in six different languages of the world, including French, German, Spanish besides English. I am visiting Professor of Linguistics in several language Universities in Ireland and have many published research papers to my credit. Currently I am working on several papers on Ireland aborigine dialects which are also a domain which holds great prospects for future research. I have been able to master at least some of the 27 dialects which are currently in vogue among Aboriginal Ireland peoples. For this purpose, I have made several visits to a lot of places in the country to gain first hand data about their living habits and also to build on my current linguistic studies. I have also made video, mobile and notes on deliberations with these tribes and hope to use them when I begin to write my book on “Languages and dialects of Ireland Aborigines”