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Corpus-based Studies in Language Use, Language Learning, and Language Documentation. Edited by John Newman, Harald Baayen and Sally Rice

Introduction
pp. 1-9(9)

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Complex extractions in a diachronic perspective
pp. 53-70(18)
Author: Bergh, Gunnar

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Subject ellipsis by text type: an investigation using ICE-GB
pp. 71-88(18)
Author: Teddiman, Laura

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A novel, web-based, parallel concordancer for use in the ESL/EFL classroom
pp. 123-138(16)
Authors: Anthony, Laurence; Chujo, Kiyomi; Oghigian, Kathryn

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Syntactic aspects of the writing of Swedish L2 learners of English
pp. 139-155(17)
Authors: Johansson, Christine; Geisler, Christer

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Age tagging and word frequency for learners' dictionaries
pp. 157-173(17)
Authors: Li, Hanhong; Fang, Alex C.

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The expanding horizons of corpus analysis
pp. 177-212(36)
Author: MacWhinney, Brian

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Developing a text-based corpus of the language of Japanese comics (manga)
pp. 213-238(26)
Author: Unser-Schutz, Giancarla

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The Speech Accent Archive: towards a typology of English accents
pp. 265-281(17)
Authors: Weinberger, Steven H.; Kunath, Stephen A.

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