LINGUIST List 14.2097

Fri Aug 8 2003

TOC: Int. J of Corpus Linguistics, Vol 8 No 1 (2003)

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  1. paul, International Journal of Corpus Linguistics, 8/1 (2003)

Message 1: International Journal of Corpus Linguistics, 8/1 (2003)

Date: Thu, 07 Aug 2003 12:45:19 +0000
From: paul <>
Subject: International Journal of Corpus Linguistics, 8/1 (2003)

Publisher: John Benjamins
Journal Title: International Journal of Corpus Linguistics
Volume Number: 8
Issue Number: 1
Issue Date: 2003

Main text:
>From translational data to contrastive knowledge: Using bi-text for
bilingual lexicons extraction
 Olivier Kraif 
Testing the sub -test: An analysis of English -ic and -ical adjectives 
 Stefan Th. Gries 
SPAACy A semi-automated tool for annotating dialogue acts 
 Martin Weisser 
A usage-based approach to argument structure: Remember and Forget in
spoken English
 Hongyin Tao 
The textlinguistic dimension of corpus linguistics: The support
function of English general nouns and its theoretical implications
 Michaela Mahlberg 
Automatic extraction of meaningful units from corpora: A corpusdriven
approach using the word stroke
 Pernilla Danielsson 

Review of New Frontiers of Corpus Research by Peter, Pam, Peter
Collins, & Adam Smith (Eds.)
 Ilse Depraetere 
Review of Corpus Studies in Language Education by Melinda Tan (Ed.) 
 Laura Gavioli 

English Corpus Linguistics in Japan by Toshio Saito, Junsaku Nakamura,
& Shunji Yamazaki (Eds.)
 Merja Kyt� 
English Corpus Linguistics. An Introduction by Charles F. Meyer 
 Merja Kyt� 
English in Spoken Swedish. A Corpus Study of Two Discourse Domains by
Harriet Sharp
 Merja Kyt� 
Dynamic have in North American and British Isles English. English
Language and Linguistics,6 (1), 115 by Trudgill Peter, Terttu
Nevalainen, & Ilse Wischer
 Peter Grund 
Three changing patterns of verb complementation in Late Modern
English: A real-time study based on matching corpora. English Language
and Linguistics, 6 (1), 105131 by Mair Christian
 Peter Grund 
Zur syntaktischen Densit�t in deutschen und schwedischen Sachtexten:
Eine kontrastive Studie zum Adjektivsuffix -bar. Studia
Neophilologica, 74, 7697 by Magnusson Gunnar
 Peter Grund 

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