Edited By Piotr Pęzik and Jacek Tadeusz Waliński
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.
Avenues for Research on Informal Spoken Czech Based on Available Corpora (Petra Klimešová, Zuzana Komrsková, Marie Kopřivová and David Lukeš)
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Petra Klimešová, Zuzana Komrsková, Marie Kopřivová and David Lukeš
Avenues for Research on Informal Spoken Czech Based on Available Corpora
Abstract: This paper aims to probe into several phenomena typical of spontaneous spoken Czech in informal conversation. It focuses on lexical fillers, formally reduced pronunciation variants and [v]-prothesis (a former regional feature turned stylistic marker in many respects). These features set informal spoken Czech apart from written language on the one hand, and from formal spoken language, where more attention is given to the form of the message, on the other. In a formal context, all three of these items would be considered as stigmatizing by peers. The material used to demonstrate these features will consist of publicly accessible corpus data on informal communication in Czech spanning the years 1988–2011, and particularly the ORAL2013 corpus, which provides the most up-to-date material of this sort from all over the territory of the Czech Republic.
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