International Journal of Corpus Linguistics 9:2
[International Journal of Corpus Linguistics, 9:2] 2004. 207 pp.
Publishing status: Available
© John Benjamins Publishing Company
Table of Contents
A corpus-based view of similarity and difference in translationMona Baker | pp. 167–193
Phases of translation corpus: Compilation and analysisAndrius Utka | pp. 195–224
Profaning Margery Kempe's tomb or the application of a Constraint-Grammar Parser to a late Middle English textDolores González-Álvarez and Javier Pérez-Guerra | pp. 225–251
The automatic recognition of verb patterns: A feasibility studyOliver Mason and Susan Hunston | pp. 253–270
Concordancing oneself: Constructing individual textual profilesDavid Coniam | pp. 271–298
Let-imperatives in EnglishPeter Collins | pp. 299–319
Gravity Counts for the boundaries of collocationsVidas Daudaravičius and Rūta Petrauskaitė | pp. 321–348
Granger, S., Lerot, J., & Petch-Tyson, S. ((2003)). Corpus-based Approaches to Contrastive Linguistics and Translation Studies. Amsterdam-New York: RodopiReviewed by Elena Manca | pp. 349–353
Sinclair, John McH. ((2003)). Reading Concordances: an introduction. London: Pearson LongmanReviewed by Mike Scott | pp. 353–357
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