Corpus Studies in Contrastive Linguistics

Special Issue of International Journal of Corpus Linguistics volume 15:2 (2010)

Editors
| University College Ghent
| University of Leuven
| University College Ghent
[International Journal of Corpus Linguistics, 15:2]  2010.  v, 166 pp.
Publishing status: Available
Table of Contents
Introduction
Stefania Marzo, Kris Heylen and Gert De Sutter
151–156
Articles
Believe-type raising-to-object and raising-to-subject verbs in English and Dutch: A contrastive investigation in diachronic construction grammar
Dirk Noël and Timothy Colleman
157–182
Contingency hedges in Dutch, French and English: A corpus-based contrastive analysis of the language-internal and -external properties of English depend, French dépendre and Dutch afhangen, liggen and zien
Bart Defrancq and Gert De Sutter
183–213
Cultural differences in academic discourse: Evidence from first-person verb use in the methods sections of medical research articles
Ian A. Williams
214–239
Cognitive verbs in context: A contrastive analysis of English and French argumentative discourse
Anita Fetzer and Marjut Johansson
240–266
Mood and modality in finite noun complement clauses: A French-English contrastive study
Issa Kanté
267–290
Choice of strategies in realizations of epistemic possibility in English and Lithuanian: A corpus-based study
Aurelija Usonienė and Audrone Soliene
291–316
Subjects