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Corpus, Concordance, Collocation
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John Sinclair charts the emergence of a new view of language and the computer technology associated with it. Developments in computational linguistics over the past ten years are outlined.
There is discussion of corpus creation and exemplification of corpus use. The book goes on to spell out the implications of these developments for an understanding of collocation.
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Be the first to ask a question about Corpus, Concordance, Collocation. Lists with This Book. Nov 02, Nick rated it it was amazing Shelves: This book demonstrates how a truly empirical approach to language and grammar produces theories that are completely different, almost sinclairr, to those dominant in Chomskian linguistics. This is the home of the influential concepts of the idiom principle langauage consists largely of pre-packaged chunks with their own meaning, which are varied grammatically to fit the co-text colllcation the open choice principle language works as a slot-and-filler system, probably when original or difficult meanings This book demonstrates how a truly empirical approach to language and grammar produces theories that are completely different, almost opposed, to those dominant in Chomskian linguistics.
This is the home of the influential concepts of the idiom principle langauage consists largely of pre-packaged chunks with their own meaning, which are varied grammatically to fit the co-text and znd open choice principle language works as a slot-and-filler system, probably when original or difficult meanings are attempted especially when there is little or no pressure to produce. So, why is it unavailable?
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He pioneered work in corpus linguistics, discourse analysis, lexicography, and language teaching.
This project’s aim was to build corpus-driven lexicons for foreign learners of English. He became chief adviser of Sinclaid Cobuild English Language Dictionary, whose first edition was published in He was well-known for having unconventional ideas which helped to advance the young field of corpus linguistics. At his valedictory lecture in collication stated that none of his many published articles passed successfully through peer review, and that even an article he had been invited to write for a journal was peer reviewed by mistake and rejected.
Corpus, Concordance, Collocation by John Sinclair
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