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Preface

Contents

SECTION A INTRODUCTION

Unit 1 Corpus linguistics: the basics

Unit 2 Representativeness, balance and sampling

Unit 3 Corpus markup

Unit 4 Corpus annotation

Unit 5 Multilingual corpora

Unit 6 Making statistical claims

Unit 7 Using available corpora

Unit 8 Going solo: DIY corpora

Unit 9 Copyright

Unit 10 Corpora and language studies

SECTION B EXTENSION

Unit 11 Corpus representativeness and balance

Unit 12 Objections to corpora: an ongoing debate

Unit 13 Lexical and grammatical studies

Unit 14 Language variation studies

Unit 15 Contrastive and diachronic studies

Unit 16 Language teaching and learning

SECTION C EXPLORATION

Unit 17 Collocation and pedagogical lexicography

Unit 18 help or help to: what do corpora have to say?

Unit 19 L2 acquisition of grammatical morphemes

Unit 20 Swearing in modern British English

Unit 21 Conversation and speech in American English

Unit 22 Domains, text types, aspect marking and English-Chinese translation

Bibliography

Appendix Useful Internet links

Index

 


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