Corpus-based research in applied linguistics: Examining collocations in academic English
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The use of collocations plays an important role for the proficiency of ESL/ EFL learners. Hence, educators and researchers have long tried to identify collocations typical of either academic or general English and the challenges involved in learning them. This paper proposes a comprehensive and type-balanced academic English collocation list (AECL). AECL is based on a large corpus of academic English and was created to cover the types of collocations that will be most useful to ESL/EFL learners. AECL is the result of an innovative research-based procedure that involves a five-step selection method. A comparison of the collocations on AECL with those found in well-known collocation dictionaries of general English and on three existing academic English collocation lists indicates that AECL indeed contains mainly academic rather than general English collocations. In addition, AECL is more comprehensive with regard to the types of collocations that are relevant to learners.
出版专著5部，在Applied Linguistics、Journal of English for Academic Purposes、Lingua、International Journal of Corpus Linguistics等SSCI期刊发表登陆性论文20余篇、在SSCI期刊发表书评10余篇、在CSSCI期刊发表论文或书评10余篇。主持国家社科基金项目等科研项目多项。担任十余家SSCI期刊匿名审稿人。
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