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Corpus Lingo-graphics

 

Corpus Lingo-graphics

Copyright 2017 Mura Nava

Published by Mura Nava at Shakespir

 

 

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Table of Contents

Acknowledgements

Introduction

Tokens, types, lemmas, word families

Collocations & Colligations

Multi-word Units

Identifying collocations

Keywords, Target corpus, Reference corpus

About the author

Other books by this author

Connect with Mura Nava

Acknowledgements

Four of these graphics were inspired by questions from participants in the first four rounds of the Lancaster University Future Learn Corpus Linguistics MOOC. The last graphic was inspired by a question from an AntConc Google Group member.

Introduction

This ebook is meant to help illustrate some common corpus linguistic terms or lingo if you will hence the title Corpus Lingo-graphics (stop groaning at the back).

Hence this is a very partial list for a more comprehensive glossary of terms see the pdf published by CASS (Corpus Approaches to Social Science) [http://cass.lancs.ac.uk/wp-content/uploads/2013/12/CASS-Gloss-final1.pdf]

Note that some graphics contain hyperlinks to more info.

Tokens, types, lemmas, word families

Collocations & Colligations

coffee collocates with black/ black coffee collocates with of

Multi-word Units

Identifying collocations

Information taken from:

[+ Collocation networks (video)+]

[+ Collocations in context: A new perspective on collocation networks. Vaclav Brezina,+]

[+ Tony McEnery and Stephen Wattam (2015)+]

 

Key words, Target corpus, Reference corpus

Further reading – http://ucrel.lancs.ac.uk/llwizard.html

Thanks to AntConc Google group & Rudy Loock for feedback

About the Author

Mura Nava has been teaching English as a Foreign language in France for 11 years. He is very much into corpus uses in language teaching. He was on the mentoring team for 2015 and 2016 runs of Lancaster University’s Future Learn Corpus Linguistics MOOC and contributes to the Google Plus Corpus Linguistics Community.

Other books by this author

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Quick Cups of COCA

Connect with Mura Nava

I really appreciate you reading my book. Here are my social media coordinates:

Twitter: @muranava

Blog: eflnotes.wordpress.com

G+ CL Community: bit.ly/CLcomm


Corpus Lingo-graphics

This book looks at various beginner level corpus linguistic terms in graphical format. Most of these were inspired by questions from the participants of Lancaster University Future Learn Corpus Linguistics MOOC.

  • Author: Mura Nava
  • Published: 2017-09-24 01:20:12
  • Words: 402
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