About

My name is Yiyang Guo, pronounced as [i: iɑŋ, kuo]. Welcome to my homepage!

My research centres on syntax, semantics, morphology, and their interfaces. I received my M.A. from Peking University in July 2021 with a dissertation looking at how counting in the domain of events is encoded in Mandarin via overt and covert numeral-classifier constructions. I am also interested in diminutives from a cross-linguistic perspective.

I joined Cambridge Linguistics as a Ph.D. student in October 2021 under the supervision of Prof. Ian Roberts and Dr. Theresa Biberauer.

Feel free to contact me at yg384 [at] cam [dot] ac [dot] uk.


I am a huge fan of music during 'me time'. See more of me playing the Double Bass in the gallery.

Matriculated at Trinity College, 5 Oct 2021, Cambridge.