This book focuses on matching theoretical predictions about language and cognition against empirical language data. The contributions use corpus linguistics methodology for their analysis. The contributors evaluate a variety of themes from combining syntax, semantics, discourse, terminology, to cognitive linguistics with the techniques and quantitative methods related to linguistic data processing.
Experimental applications of dependency-based phraseology extraction (Piotr Pęzik)
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University of Łódź
Experimental applications of dependency-based phraseology extraction
Abstract: The central role of phraseology in language reception and production has been steadily appreciated in recent years. It is now more commonly accepted that, in order to achieve native like fluency and clarity of expression, we heavily re-use conventionalized, multiword units of meaning in addition to compositionally generating new phrases, clauses and sentences. In order to systematic investigate linguistic prefabrication, we need new tools and methodologies of detecting phraseology from large reference corpora. This paper presents a dependency-based method of extracting phraseology and discusses its theoretical implications and practical applications in foreign language pedagogy.
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