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A very unpredictable ‘person’: A corpus-based approach to suppletion in West Polesian
Roncero K.
Text complexity and linguistic features: Their correlation in English and Russian
Morozov D.A., Glazkova A.V., Iomdin B.L.
Prices are rising, wages are falling: Argument structure of verbs denoting ‘increase’ and ‘decrease’ in the Russian language
Apresjan V.Y.
Discourse complexity in the light of eye-tracking: a pilot Russian language study
Toldova S.Y., Slioussar N.A., Bonch-Osmolovskaya A.A.
A cognitive linguistic approach to analysis and correction of orthographic errors
Reynolds R., Janda L., Nesset T.
STANCE BUNDLES IN ENGLISH-TO-POLISH TRANSLATION: A CORPUS-INFORMED STUDY
GRABOWSKI Ł.
“No” and “net” as response tokens in English and Russian business discourse: In search of a functional equivalence
Malyuga E.N., McCarthy M.
Comparative corpus analysis of everyday spoken Czech and literary Czech language
Izotov A.I.
Cross-cultural communication - lost in translation: A corpus study (based on the material from the Russian-Polish corpus)
Kononenko I.V.
On the corpus analysis of Czech directive and hybrid directive-commissive performative verbs
Izotov A.I.
English and Russian Genitive Alternations: A Study in Construction Typology
Monakhov S.
Creativity in Metaphor Interpretation
Musolff A.
Notes on Russian Number
Rakhilina E.V., Kazkenova A.K.
A Corpus Investigation of English Cognition Verbs and their Effect on the Incipient Epistemization of Physical Activity Verbs
Rice S., Newman J.
Inter-annotator agreement in spoken language annotation: Applying uα-family coefficients to discourse segmentation
Pons Bordería S., Pascual Aliaga E.
Corpus Methods in the Study of Speech Genres: A Problem of Key Phrases
Dementyev V.V., Stepanova N.B.
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