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1st publ.
Oxford : Oxford University, 1991
xviii,179 s.

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ISBN 0-19-437144-1 (brož.)
Describing English language
Rejstř.
3rd impression 1995, 4th impression 1997
Angličtina - lexikografie - učebnice
Lingvistika - učebnice
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The author and series editors xv // Foreword xvii // Introduction 1 // 1 Corpus creation // Introduction 13 // Who should design a corpus? 13 // A general corpus 13 // Outline of corpus creation 14 // Electronic form 14 // Permissions 15 // Design 15 // Spoken and written language 15 // Quasi-speech 16 // Formal and literary language 16 // Typicality 17 // Design criteria 17 // Period 18 // Overall size 18 // Sample size 19 // Whole documents 19 // Minimal criteria 20 // Provisional corpus 20 // Processing 20 // Clean-text policy 21 // Basic provision 22 // Database 22 // Maintenance 22 // Different kinds of corpora 23 // Sample corpora 23 // Monitor corpora 24 // Features of a monitor corpus 25 // Contents // 2 Basic text processing // Introduction TI // Input 28 // Words and word-forms 28 // Text and vocabulary 29 // Frequency list—first occurrence 30 // Frequency list—alphabetical 31 // Frequency list—frequency order 31 // Word frequency profiles 32 // Concordances 32 // KWIC (Key Word in Context) 32 // Longer environments 33 // Ordering within concordances 33 // Concordance processing 34 // Text analysis statistics 34 // Selective information 35 // Intermediate categories 35 // New approaches 36 // 3 The evidence of usage // Introduction 37 // Existing descriptions 37 // Native-speaker introspections 39 // Language in use 39 // Word-forms and lemmas 41 // Concordances 42 // Concordance evidence: an example 44 // Sense 1: to refuse 47 // Other senses 49 // 4 Sense and structure in lexis // Introduction 53 // Evidence: main senses 53 // Evidence: minor senses 55 // Counter-examples: general 56 // Counter-examples: first sense 57 // Yield with an object 58 // Yielding with an object 59 // Yielded with an object 60 // Descriptive and prescriptive study 60 // Counter-examples: second and third senses 61 // Y/’ W as transitive verb 61 // Doubtful cases 62 //
First minor sense 63 // Conclusion 65 // 5 Words and phrases // Introduction 67 // Phrasal verbs 67 // Some numerical facts 68 // Combinations of set + particle 69 // The combination set in 70 // Nouns 72 // Verbs 72 // Sense (i) 72 // Sense (ii) 72 // Minor senses 73 // Sundry idioms 73 // Set in as a phrasal verb 73 // Word-forms 74 // Subjects 74 // A dictionary entry 75 // Other phrasal verbs with set 75 // Conclusion 78 // Contents // 6 The meeting of lexis and grammar // Introduction 81 // What is said about of 81 // A corpus view of of 82 // Frequency 84 // Of outside nominal groups 85 // Ofin nominal groups 85 // Conventional measures 85 // Less conventional measures 86 // The status of headword 86 // Focus nouns 87 // Focus on a part 87 // Focus on a specialized part 88 // Focus on a component, aspect, or attribute 88 // Support 89 // Metaphor 90 // Double-headed nominal groups 90 // Titles 90 // Nominalizations 91 // Modification of first noun (N1) 93 // Mopping up 94 // Superlative adjectives 94 // Fixed phrases 94 // Miscellaneous 94 // Evaluation 95 // Analysis of examples in Table 1 96 // Non-nominal instances of of 96 // Nominal group 96 // Conclusion 98 // Contents // 7 Evaluating instances // Introduction 99 // Throw away your evidence 99 // Text and language 102 // Meaning and structure 104 // Procedure 105 // Findings 107 // Conclusion 108 // 8 Collocation // Introduction 109 // Two models of interpretation 109 // The open-choice principle 109 // The idiom principle 110 // Evidence from long texts 112 // Collocation 115 // Collocation of back 116 // Analysis of the collocational pattern of back 117 // Upward collocates: back 117 // Downward collocates: back 118 // Conclusion 121 // 9 Words about words // Introduction 123 // Structure 124 // Variation in co-text 126 // About the word itself 126 // What people mean 126 //
Structure: verb explanations 127 // Animate subjects 127 // Inanimate subjects 129 // Mixed subjects 130 // Operators 130 // Summary 132 // Contents // Analysis of the second part 132 // First chunk 132 // Second chunk 134 // Discussion 134 // Applications 135 // Inferences and implications 135 // Conclusion 136 // Summing up 137 // Appendix I 139 // Appendix II 150 // Appendix III 154 // Bibliography 165 // Glossary 169 // Index 177

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