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Summaries written by Ana Banesa Fernández-Granda and Sofía Linares-Abella



Bolton, K., G. Nelson and J. Hung. 2002. “A corpus-based study of connectors in student writing”. International Journal of Corpus Linguistics 7: 165-182.


De Cock, S. 1998. “A Recurrent Word Combination Approach to the Study of Formulae in the Speech of Native and Non-Native Speakers of English”, International Journal of Corpus Linguistics 3(1):59-80


De Haan, P. 1998. How native-like are advanced learners of English? In Renouf, A. (ed.) Explorations in Corpus Linguistics. Amsterdam: Rodopi, pp. 55-65.


De Haan, P. 1999. English writing by Dutch-speaking students. In Hasselgard, H. and Oksefjell, S. (eds.) Out of Corpora. Amsterdam: Rodopi, pp.203-212.


Flowerdew, L. 2001. The exploitation of small learner corpora in EAP materials design. In Ghadessy, M. Et al (eds) Small Corpus Studies and ELT. Amsterdam: Benjamins, pp.363-379.


Granger, S. 1993. The International Corpus of Learner English. In Aarts, J., de Haan, P. and Oostdijk, N.(eds). English Language Corpora: Design, Analysis and Exploitation. Amsterdam: Rodopi, pp.57-69


Granger, S. 1996. Learner English around the World. In Greenbaum, S. (ed.) Comparing English World-wide. Oxford: Clarendon Press, pp.13-24


Granger, S. 1997. The computer learner corpus: a testbed for electronic EFL tools. In Nerbonne, J. (ed) Linguistic Databases. Stanford: CSLI Publications, pp 175-188.


Granger, S. 1997. “Automated retrieval of passives from native and learner corpora: precision and recall”. Journal of English Linguistics25(4): 365-374.


Granger, S. 1999. Use of Tenses by Advanced EFL Learners: Evidence from an Error-tagged Computer Corpus. In Hasselgard, H. and Oksefjell, S. (eds.) Out of Corpora- Studies in Honour of Stig Johannson. Amsterdam & Atlanta: Rodopi, pp.191-202.


Granger, S., Vandeventer, A. And Hamel, M-J. 2001. "Analyse des corpus d´apprenants pour l´ELAO basé sur le TAL, Linguistique de corpus. Special issue of Traitement automatique des langues 42(2):609-621


Housen, A. 1998. "Le processus de grammaticalisation dans le domaine de la temporalité et le développement de l'interlangue, Travaux de Linguistique 36: 209-222.


Kaszubski, P. 1999. English learner corpora and the Polish learner, Humanising Language Teaching 8/99. (


Lorenz, G. 1999. Adjective Intensification- Learners versus Native Speakers. A Corpus Study of Argumentative Writing. Language and Computers: Studies in Practical Linguistics 27. Amsterdam & Atlanta: Rodopi


Milton, J. And Freeman, R. 1996. Lexical Variation in the Writing of Chinese Learners of English. In Percy, C.E., Meyer, C.F., and Lancashire, I. (eds) Synchronic corpus linguistics. Papers from the sixteenth International Conference on English Language Research on Computerized Corpora Amsterdam: Rodopi, pp.121-131


Petch-Tyson, S. 2000. Demonstrative Expressions in Argumentative Discourse- A Computer-Based comparison of Non-native and Native English. In Botley, S. P. And McEnery, A. M. (eds) Corpus-based and Computational Approaches to Discourse Anaphora. Amsterdam/Philadelphia: John Benjamins.


Ringbom, H. 1999. High-frequency verbs in the ICLE corpus. In Renouf, A. (ed), Explorations in Corpus Linguistics. Amsterdam and Atlanta: Rodopi, pp.191-200.


Virtanen, T. 1997. The progressive in NNS and NS student compositions: Evidence from the International Corpus of Learner English. In Ljung, M (ed.) Corpus-based Studies in English: Papers from the seventeenth International Conference on English Language Research on Computerized Corpora. Amsterdam: Rodopi, pp. 299-309.


Virtanen, T. and Lindgrén, S-A. 1998. British or American English? Investigating what EFL students say and what they do. In Lindquist, H., Klintborg S., Levin, M., and Estling, M. (eds) The Major Varieties of English. Papers from MAVEN 97, Växjö 20-22 November, 1997. Växjö University, pp.273-281