is Professor of English Language and Linguistics, Lancaster University.
He has published widely in the area of corpus linguistics though within
the area his major interests are currently the contrastive study of
aspect, epistemic modality and corpus aided discourse analysis. Tony's
previous books include Corpus Linguistics (with A. Wilson) and
Corpus Annotation (with R. Garside & G. Leech).
is a lecturer in the Department of Linguistics and English Language at Lancaster University. He is the author of
Aspect in Mandarin Chinese: A Corpus-based Study (John Benjamins
2004, with Tony McEnery), A Frequency Dictionary of Mandarin Chinese:
Core vocabulary for learners (Routledge 2009, with Paul Rayson and
Tony McEnery), Corpus-Based Contrastive Studies of English and
Chinese (Routledge 2010, with Tony McEnery), Using Corpora in
Contrastive and Translation Studies (Cambridge scholars 2010),
Corpus-Based Studies of Translational Chinese in English-Chinese
(Shanghai Jiao Tong University Press 2012).
Richard has published corpus-based language studies in academic journals
such as International Journal of Corpus Linguistics, Journal of
Linguistics, Journal of English Linguistics, Applied
Linguistics, Literary and Linguistic Computing, Language
and Literature, Languages in Contrast, English Studies
and Journal of Universal Language.
is a Professor of Applied Linguistics at Meikei University, Tokyo. He has previously lectured at
Tokyo Gakugei University, Keio University and Seikei University in
Japan. Yukio has published widely in the area of corpus-based approaches
to second language acquisition studies.