Office hours in the summer semester 2018/19:
Tue: 9:30-11:00 (odd week); 12:30 - 14:00 (even week)
Fri: 11:00-12:00 (on 15/03 and 26/04: 13:00-14:00)
On Friday 22.3. office hours are cancelled due to testing of distant study students.
Faculty of Arts, Charles University; Ph.D. degree awarded in 2009
Faculty of Education, Charles University, Prague; Mgr. degree in teaching English awarded in 2000
Faculty of Education, Fast-Track Programme, Technical University of Liberec; Bc. degree in teaching English awarded in 1995
- ŠIMŮNKOVÁ, R. A Comparative Study of English and Czech Verb Forms Based on a Parallel Corpus. Proceedings of the 5th International Conference on Language, Education and Innovation 2016. 2016. s. 66-76. ISBN 978-967-13879-5-5.
ŠIMŮNKOVÁ, R. 2015. Non-finite Verb Phrases in Student Translations, ACC Journal, issue C, pp. 76-84. ISSN 1803-9782
ŠIMŮNKOVÁ, R. Difficulties with Vocabulary at Intermediate Level. Hradec Králové Journal of Anglophone Studies. 2014. Volume 1, Number 1, s. 121-128. ISSN 2336-3347
ŠIMŮNKOVÁ, R. Virtual learning environment moodle used for remedial activities in foreign language teaching. Procedia - Social and Behavioral Sciences. 2014. Volume 106, s. 3335–3344. ISSN: 1877-0428
ŠIMŮNKOVÁ, R. (2012) Non-finite Structures in Manuals and their Translations into Czech, ACC Journal, issue B, s. 180-187. ISSN 1803978-2
ŠIMŮNKOVÁ, R. (2011) The Use of Articles in Academic Writing, ACC Journal, issue C, s. 147-154. ISSN 18039782
ŠIMŮNKOVÁ, R. (2010) A Corpus Study of Non-epistemic interpretations of MUST, HAVE TO and their Counterparts in Czech. In Náhlíková, M. and M. Crhová (Ed.) Silesian Studies in English 2009 (s. 154 – 169). ISBN 978-80-7248-622-9
ŠIMŮNKOVÁ, R. (2010) Modal Expressions of Necessity and their Non-explicit Counterparts. In Jančaříková, R. (Ed.) Interpretation of Meaning Across Discourses (s. 85 – 95). ISBN 978-80-210-5376-2.
ŠIMŮNKOVÁ, R. (2008) The Meanings of the Verbs must and have to and Their Translations into Czech. In V. Smolka (Ed.) The Dynamics of the Language System, South Bohemian Anglo-American Studies No. 2 (s. 45 – 4. České Budějovice:University of South Bohemia. ISBN 978-80-7394-066-9
KARÁSKOVÁ, N., MALÁ, M., ŠIMŮNKOVÁ, R. (2008) Výuka lingvistických disciplín pomocí e-learningu. In
Pregraduálnía rozšiřující vzdělávání na pedagogických fakultách (s. 35 – 43). Liberec: TUL – Univerzita Hradec Králové. ISBN 978-80-7372-325-5
9/2008 – s L. Příšovskou příspěvek na konferenci English for Life. JČU České Budějovice, název příspěvku: English in front of the curtain.
Regarding the choice of the topic of your BA theses - I believe the best option is when you have some idea about what you are interested in, what you would like to write about. You are not expected to come to me with a "ready title". I will be more than happy to discuss your ideas with you, help you to narrow or adjust the topic. I would mainly welcome topics from the area of English Morphology and Lexicology which would be dealt with just within English or as a comparative study. A few topics suggested below are intended mainly as a source of inspiration:
Collective nouns and how they are used
Gender in English
Czech names (of people and places) in English texts/translations
Impersonal constructions in Czech and their counterparts in English
Indefinite reference – the way it is expressed in English and in Czech
Metaphor/proverbs in English and in Czech
Conjuncts in English and their position in a sentence
Quantifiers neither, either, both, any, no and none and their use in English