Jeremy Grynpas is a Masters Student at the Hebrew University. His background in linguistics includes a Bachelor's Degree in Linguistics and Russian Studies from the University of Edinburgh as well as experience in the phonetics lab at the Speech, Hearing and Phonetic Sciences Department at UCL. At UCL, Jeremy was proud to have contributed to a speech perception study that resulted in two publications (see below). Over the past two years at the Hebrew University, Jeremy has focused on Russian from a diachronic (OCS and Old Russian) and synchronic perspective, aspect and aktionsart, and research methods in corpus linguistics. He is currently working on his masters thesis on the semantic profile of Russian verbal prefixes from a dichronic perspective under the guidance of Drs. Aynat Rubinstein and Olga Kagan.