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Dr Ruth Wajnryb

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Waverley NSW 2024. Australia.

ruth@laraconsultancy.com

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14 responses

23 05 2010
Stephen H N Hofstee

A rainy Sunday afternoon, and …
no MA TESOL paper due for at least fifteen weeks (a B- for grammar a big wake uo call, but.), and …
a cold beer (That would be a lie, two cold beers.) and …
the internet

and …

words woman.

A perfect way to spend an evening at home.

Congratulations. This is just the most wonderful web site.

Stephen

6 06 2010
ruthwajnryb

very glad you’re enjoying it, especially between terms, when u can put your feet up!

26 06 2010
mark c

Truly we are living life in the fast lane.

Let me echo Stephen’s sentiments.

🙂

26 07 2010
Erika

“About me”- Thank You. I am touched by your words.

11 08 2010
tedlfriedman

I’m referring to “Expletive Deleted” in a toastmasters talk in which I will give the Toastmasters “cut” of the Aristocrats. If you have seen Aristocrats which is the “filthiest” movie ever made, I’d be interested. Do you know my friend Lenny Talmy, a cognitive semanticist, theoretical linguists? Have you written on film?

11 08 2010
tedlfriedman

I’m referring to your book on exletives in a toastmasters talk in which I will give the Toastmasters “cut” of the Aristocrats. If you have seen Aristocrats which is the “filthiest” movie ever made, I’d be interested. Do you know my friend Lenny Talmy, a cognitive semanticist, theoretical linguists? Have you written on film?
Had to delete the name of book to submit.

11 08 2010
ruthwajnryb

hey Ted,
No I don’t know the Aristocrats
Yes, I do write on film.
On expletives, look out for my article on this topic in October’s Playboy.
I don’t know your friend Lenny, but sounds like we might have stuff in common.
perhaps e-me on ruth@laraconsultancy.com

12 08 2010
Erika

Hi Prof. Ruth,

I miss our on line lessons at AU, brumbies and every rapping that comes with that…:-(
I hope U are fine and not so tired correcting all our papers…
Enjoy the day and find some very ralaxing time.
Erika

9 09 2010
Erika

Dear Prof. Ruth,

I hope You are doing things that makes you happy the most!
I miss your posts, although I am in the middle of my course and High school work…
Prof. Byrnes is very funny and knowlegable, no wonder you are friends.

I enjoy teaching. I did a summer course in Tokyo and my students made me very happy by giving me great reviews about the course. Sometimes, I have doubths about my teaching, but when my students are happy they always encourage me more and I realise all over again: It is worth doing it.

Take care of yourself and I am ready to sign up for the next course with you at AU. So, do not dissapoint me!!! Also, looking forward to your next writing!!!
Hugs,
Erika

29 09 2010
Sarah

Hi Ruth,
I saw in Playboy last month a mention of your article that should be in this October’s issue. I have October’s issue in front of me and I can’t find your article and a search of the playboy website can’t find anything either! Where is your article? I have a linguistics professor who’d love to see it.

29 09 2010
ruthwajnryb

Dear Sarah thank u for your email and for your interest in my forthcoming article. I believe it’s been “bumped” from the October to the December issue, so you may have to wait a little longer but I trust eventually your wait will be over and you will be satisfied with the result! Thank you again for your interest in my work. kind regards Ruth Wajnryb

1 06 2012
Sam

Hi Dr Wajnryb,

I emailed you on Sunday in regard to hopefully being able to interview you for a research paper for my HSC. I adore your work, and having the opportunity to interview you would be such an honour. If you could please contact me as soon as possible, I’d be so very grateful.

Hoping you are well.

9 02 2013
Ted Friedman

Ted Friedman 11:58 AM (0 minutes ago)

to ruth Is the the best thing on swearing since Chaucer. Berkeley Reporter, an on-line publication in Berkeley. Ca would be lost without your research on these wonderful words we like to use, but try not to overuse.

22 04 2013
Anna Bridges

Ruth, I’ve almost – but not quite completed ‘The Silence’ – and I feel as if it’s changed my life through its articulation of the shape of some of my key life experiences. You are certainly right about the applicability of your subject matter to contexts other than the holocaust. This book is so insightful, well researched and empathetic – heart meets head in your beautifully written book. Thank you. I’m going to go hunting for your other books, just as soon as I’ve finished ‘The Silence.’ Good on you, Ruth – keep up your amazing and valuable work.

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