Article published in:Phraseology in Foreign Language Learning and Teaching
Edited by Fanny Meunier and Sylviane Granger
[Not in series 138] 2008
► pp. 185–202
Phraseology in learners' dictionaries: What, where and how?
This chapter raises the question as to whether learners’ dictionaries adequately represent routine formulae in terms of coverage and generativity. Most monolingual learners’ dictionaries are found to concentrate rather too narrowly on traditional non-compositional idioms, while severely neglecting routine formulae which are semantically fully transparent (cf. Siepmann 2005b), thereby failing to conform to semantically-oriented definitions of collocation (e.g. Hausmann 2003; Mel’cuk 2003).
Published online: 06 February 2008
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Pérez Sánchez, Juan Manuel & José Luis Rojas Díaz
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