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Spoken grammar (Pre-published version)
(National Geographic / Cenage, 2014)
An evolution of learner grammar: Insights from the English Grammar Profile
(ETI [Execuitive Training Institute] Malta, 2016)
Pragmatics (Pre-published version)
(Cambridge University Press, 2015)
Using a corpus to enhance pragmatic awareness (Pre-published version)
Applying CA to a modes analysis of third-level spoken academic discourse (Pre-published version)
(Peter Lang, 2007)
Given the dominance of English as the main language of academia (and we acknowledge the political implications of this statement), an accurate pedagogical description of it is important for those of us who are attempting ...
Using corpus approaches in English language teacher education (Pre-published version)
The aim of this chapter is to explore the ways in which corpus linguistics (CL) can facilitate teacher development in terms of content, pedagogy, technology, and research. Based on our own and other reported experiences ...
The pragmatics of the be + after + V-ing construction in Irish English (Pre-published version)
(Mouton de Gruyter, 2009)
This paper looks at a well-documented form in Irish English, ‘be after + Verb-ing’ (e.g. ‘He's after forgetting to pay her’) which roughly equates to the present perfect aspect in Standard English. The structure, a calque ...
Corpora and Media Studies (Pre-published version)
Traditionally, studies in media discourse have been divided into those that focus on spoken media (mostly radio genres) and those that focus on written media (mostly newspapers). Studies into spoken media discourse were ...
Corpus-based function-to-form approaches (Pre-published version)
(Mouton de Gruyter, 2018)
This chapter sets out to explore the options for function-to-form research in the context of corpus pragmatics. Corpus-based function-to-form research approaches are used in pragmatics research to explore speech acts and ...
The grammars of English (Pre-published version)