Applying English Grammar Functional and Corpus Approaches
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Description: This edited collection is about the application of English grammar and specializes in "functional" and "corpus" approaches, approaches which are increasingly recognized as providing significant insights into English language in action. It aims to stimulate interest and understanding of grammar as an applied tool not just for grammarians or language learners, but for all those interested in how language is organized to shape our view of events in the world. Chapters comprise both newly commissioned and previously published works that illustrate the two methodological approaches to grammatical analysis and how they can be applied to deepen our understanding of language.
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Copyright year: 2004
Publication date: 6/25/2004
Size: 6.25" wide x 9.00" long x 0.75" tall
|Working with corpora : issues and insights|
|Grammar and spoken English|
|Corpus-based comparisons of registers|
|Grammatical structure : what do we mean?|
|Some grammatical problems in scientific English|
|Impersonalizing stance : a study of anticipatory 'it' in student and published academic writing|
|Researching the grammar of a 'literary' text|
|Grammar in the construction of online discussion messages|
|The development of language as a resource for learning|
|Grammar in the construction of medical case histories|
|Nature and grammar|
|Computer applications in critical discourse analysis|
|Subjectivity, evaluation and point of view in media discourse|
|Human and inhuman geography : a comparative analysis of two long texts and a corpus|
|Checking overinterpretation and underinterpretation : help from corpora in critical linguistics|