Comparing English Worldwide: The International Corpus of English

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INDEX
Abberton, E.266
Abeille, A.150
acceptability 193
accountability 230
Adam, R. S.254
Adesanoye, F.244
Altenberg, B.218, 233, 264, 278
ANLT parser 154
Asher, R. E.182
asyndetic co-ordination 131
Atwell, E.110, 119, 142
Australia4
AUTASYS 110-24, 152, 208
background information sheets 171-2, 174, 176, 180-1
Bacon-Shone, J.198, 199, 200, 201, 212
Bamgbose, A.242, 243
Banjo, Ayo243
Bauer, L.163, 177
Baumgardner, R.193
Beattie, G.274
Beckman, M.277
Biber, D.21, 225, 231
biographical information 44
Bishop, K.150
Black, E.142
Bolt, P.198, 199, 201, 205
Bolton, K.198, 199, 200, 201, 212
Bridle, J. S.269
Brill, E.154
Briscoe, T.142, 154, 157
British National Corpus 217
Brotherton, P.274
Brown, M. D.269
Brown corpus 163, 164, 182, 188, 217, 218, 219
Bungarten, T.192
Burchfield, R.183
Burnard, L.63
c++ 80
CA, see contrastive analysis
Canada4
Caribbean183, 186, 195
Carroll, J.142, 154
Chafe, W.63, 274
CHECKMUP 36
Chen, X.111
Cheung, H. N. L.198
CIA, see contrastive interlanguage analysis
clause features 127-30
clause functions 127
clauses 126-30
CLAWS 115, 116
Clear, J.183
Clements, G. N.262
Coates, J.221, 231
Cocke, J.142
collecting:
lectures and tutorials 167
natural conversations 169-71
spoken data 166-71
telephone conversations 169
texts 201-8
transactions 168
Collins, P.231
collocations 155
collocations in learner writing 19, 21
complex-transitives 122
composite texts 27, 45
compounds 68, 98
concordances in language teaching 234-7
connectors in learner writing 19
Conrad, S.21
context display 84-5
contrastive analysis 17-18, 22
contrastive interlanguage analysis 17-19
control of tagging quality 117-18
Cooper, R. L.241
co-ordination 130-3
category 131
of predicates 131
of verb phrases 136
Copestake, A.157
copyright 30, 33-4, 174-5
core corpus 5
corpus, see British National, Brown, core, expanded, ICE, Fiji, LOB, London-Lund, Kolhapur, monitor, New Zealand, Nigeria, nonstandard, representative, second-language, specialized, Survey
corpus-based research 217-26
corpus-based studies of English 219-21
corpus linguistics 182, 191, 193-4, 227-8
corpus size 217-18
Cote, S.150
Coulthard, M.172
Crystal, D.172
Cumming, S.172

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Preface vii
  • Contents ix
  • List of Contributors xi
  • List of Figures xiii
  • List of Tables xv
  • Abbreviations xvi
  • Part I Introduction 1
  • 1: Introducing ICe 3
  • References 12
  • 2: Learner English Around the World 13
  • References 23
  • Part II Compilation and Annotation 25
  • 3: The Design of the Corpus 27
  • References 35
  • 4: Markup Systems 36
  • Notes 45
  • References 45
  • 5: The Umb Intelligent ICe Markup Assistant 54
  • References 64
  • 6: ICe Annotation Tools 65
  • 7: Developing the ICe Corpus Utility Program 79
  • 8: About the ICe Tagset 92
  • 9: Autasys: Grammatical Tagging and Cross-Tagset Mapping 110
  • 10: An Outline of the Survey's ICe Parsing Scheme 125
  • Reference 139
  • 11: The Survey Parser: Design and Development 142
  • References 157
  • Part III Problems of Implementation 161
  • 12: The New Zealand Spoken Component of ICe: Some Methodological Challenges1 163
  • References 177
  • 13: Second-Language Corpora1 182
  • References 195
  • 14: The International Corpus of English in Hong Kong 197
  • References 213
  • Part IV Applications 215
  • 15: The Corpus as A Research Domain 217
  • 16: ICe and Teaching 227
  • 17: The Sociolinguistics of English in Nigeria and the ICe Project 239
  • 18: Why A Fiji Corpus? 249
  • References 260
  • 19: Prosice: A Spoken English Database for Prosody Research 262
  • References 278
  • Index 281
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