Qs: Use of Corpora in Language Testing and Assessment
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Date: 19-Nov-2008 From: Fiona Barker <barker.fcambridgeesol.org> Subject: Use of Corpora in Language Testing and Assessment E-mail this message to a friend
Fellow list members,
I am preparing an introductory-level book chapter on the uses of corpora in language testing and assessment. I am therefore interested in any current (or recent) uses of corpora in language testing and assessment in any contexts (from individual institutions to international exam boards). I asked the same question 3 years ago and those responses are summarised in