International Journal of Corpus Linguistics and Pragmatics
This journal offers a forum for theoretical and applied linguists to publish and discuss research in the new linguistic discipline that stands at the intersection of corpus linguistics and pragmatics. The objective is to develop pragmatics with the aid of quantitative corpus methodology.
The journal promotes the combination of the two approaches through research on new topics in linguistics, with a particular focus on interdisciplinary studies, and the aim of enlarging and implementing current pragmatic theories that have hitherto not benefited from empirical corpus support.
The contents include original research papers, short research notes, and occasional thematic issues.
From Do You Know to I Don’t Know: An Analysis of the Frequency and Usefulness of Lexical Bundles in Five English Language Self-Study Books
Rachel Allan (December 2017)
Kieran Harrington (December 2017)
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