Part of
A Taste for Corpora: In honour of Sylviane Granger
Edited by Fanny Meunier, Sylvie De Cock, Gaëtanelle Gilquin and Magali Paquot
[Studies in Corpus Linguistics 45] 2011
► pp. 209236
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Cited by 12 other publications

Shakir, Muhammad
Westphal, Michael
2022. The Multilingual Pragmatics of New Englishes: An Analysis of Question Tags in Nigerian English. Frontiers in Communication 6 DOI logo
Westphal, Michael, Ka Man Lau, Johanna Hartmann & Dagmar Deuber
2022. Phonetic variation in Standard English spoken by Trinidadian professionals. Journal of Pidgin and Creole Languages 37:2  pp. 357 ff. DOI logo
Ong, Christina Sook Beng & Hajar Abdul Rahim
2021. Nativised structural patterns of make light verb construction in Malaysian English. Concentric. Studies in Linguistics 47:1  pp. 93 ff. DOI logo
Brato, Thorsten
2019. Chapter 1.5. The historical corpus of English in Ghana (HiCE Ghana). In Corpus Linguistics and African Englishes [Studies in Corpus Linguistics, 88],  pp. 120 ff. DOI logo
Deuber, Dagmar, Jakob R. E. Leimgruber & Andrea Sand
2018. Singaporean internet chit chat compared to informal spoken language*. Journal of Pidgin and Creole Languages 33:1  pp. 48 ff. DOI logo
Gerfer, Anika
2018. Global reggae and the appropriation of Jamaican Creole. World Englishes 37:4  pp. 668 ff. DOI logo
LOUREIRO‐PORTO, LUCÍA
2017. ICE vs GloWbE: Big data and corpus compilation. World Englishes 36:3  pp. 448 ff. DOI logo
Mair, Christian, Susanne Mühleisen & Eva Ulrike Pirker
2015. “Selling the Caribbean: An Introduction”. Zeitschrift für Anglistik und Amerikanistik 63:2  pp. 139 ff. DOI logo
Mair, Christian
2012. From opportunistic to systematic use of the Web as corpus:Do-support withgot (to)in contemporary American English. In The Oxford Handbook of the History of English,  pp. 245 ff. DOI logo
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