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Given the significance of lexical bundles as recurrent word combinations in academic research writing, diachronic analyses of these linguistic expressions in writing research articles (ras) may offer important insights into how they may have changed in frequency, structure and function across...
This paper explores the morphosyntactic and cognitive principles influencing code-switching (cs) from Tunisian Arabic to French. We annotate data from the TuniCo corpus for many variables and run a Random Forest to overcome the methodological challenges typically associated with low-resource...
This paper provides a corpus-based perspective on the issues of pronominal systems and pronoun reference. Specifically, the paper examines the antecedents of Swedish third-person singular animate pronouns, with a particular focus on the recently introduced gender-neutral pronoun hen. Using...
Many lexical bundle studies have explored how bundle functions are used to shape arguments and construct knowledge in research articles (ras) in hard and soft disciplines, but these cross-disciplinary studies tend to overlook the impact of research paradigms and ra sections. Specifically,...
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