International Journal of Corpus Linguistics 14:3
[International Journal of Corpus Linguistics, 14:3] 2009. 140 pp.
Publishing status: Available
© John Benjamins Publishing Company
Table of Contents
In memory of Tim JohnsMike Scott | pp. 271–274
A corpus-driven approach to formulaic language in English: Multi-word patterns in speech and writingDouglas Biber | pp. 275–311
The BE06 Corpus of British English and recent language changePaul Baker | pp. 312–337
Adversative discourse markers in contrast: The need for a combined corpus approachLiesbeth Mortier and Liesbeth Degand | pp. 338–366
“I entirely understand” is a Blairism: The methodology of identifying idiolectal collocationsSandra Mollin | pp. 367–392
Applying corpus linguistics to pedagogy: A critical evaluationLynne Flowerdew | pp. 393–417
Adolphs, S. (2008). Corpus and Context. Investigating Pragmatic Functions in Spoken Discourse. Amsterdam/Philadelphia: John BenjaminsReviewed by Karin Aijmer | pp. 419–425
Wulff, S. (2008). Rethinking Idiomaticity: A Usage-based Approach. London/New York: ContinuumReviewed by Phoebe M.S. Lin | pp. 426–431
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