by Ron CarterPart 2 of 2In the second of this two-part blog entry, Prof. Ronald Carter of the University of Nottingham looks in more detail at the kind of information corpora can reveal about the use of language and why this is so important for the development of language teaching materials....
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Ha habido en nuestro idioma palabras de vida efímera, ya olvidadas, como corniculata, un adjetivo que definía así el Diccionario de Autoridades (1729): «Usado en terminología femenina, que se aplica à la Luna desde que empieza à verse despues del novilunio, hasta cerca del quarto creciente, y despues del quarto menguante, hasta que no... Dale que hay más ...
“ This post, in my mini-series of posts entitled ‘What exactly is…”, will try to give an overview of Corpus Linguistics …Continue reading » (What exactly is corpus #linguistics?”
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