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Annotating the ICE corpora pragmatically – preliminary issues & steps

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Talk talk, not just small talk. Exploring English contrastive focus reduplication with the help of corpora

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What Students Tell Teachers about Practices that Integrate Subjects with English in a Lower Secondary School in Portugal

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Guidelines for normalising Early Modern English corpora: Decisions and justifications

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A functional comparison of recurrent word-combinations in English original vs. translated texts

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Shakespeare and his contemporaries: Designing a genre classification scheme for Early English Books Online 1560–1640

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From Arkngthand to Wretched Squalor: Fictional place-names in The Elder Scrolls universe

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Evaluating stance-annotated sentences from the Brexit Blog Corpus: A quantitative linguistic analysis

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