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LINGUIST List 19.431

Tue Feb 05 2008

Qs: Corpus Pattern Analysis of Phrasal Verbs

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        1.    yushan ke, Corpus Pattern Analysis of Phrasal Verbs

Message 1: Corpus Pattern Analysis of Phrasal Verbs
Date: 02-Feb-2008
From: yushan ke <yushan.kegmail.com>
Subject: Corpus Pattern Analysis of Phrasal Verbs
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I am working on a research of comparing the phrasal verb uses in a Chinese
learner corpus with a NS English corpus. I found there is a project called
"Corpus Pattern Analysis" conducted at the Marsaryk University and Brandies
University, with a purpose to build a "Pattern Dictionary of
English Verbs." The link is:

Does anyone know the results of this project or the dictionary in the scope
of phrasal verbs? Or if anyone can kindly provide me with the literature
related to the analysis approaches of phrasal verbs or verb-particle
Many thanks in advance.

Linguistic Field(s): Text/Corpus Linguistics

Subject Language(s): Chinese, Mandarin (cmn)
                            English (eng)

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