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Abstract This paper examines the use of online writing tools by French-speaking learners of English based on the analysis of screen recordings of a free composition task that come from the Process Corpus of English in Education, a process corpus of learner writing. The study charts learners’ use...
Abstract The process of including neologisms in dictionaries has usually been studied in Spanish from the point of view of only one specific kind of dictionary, the general language dictionary, in terms of how the headword list and entries are updated. This fails to address a key question: What...
Abstract This article aims at describing how Brazilian Portuguese dictionaries register lexical innovations by making a comparison between two Portuguese language general-purpose dictionaries which offer recent online versions: Houaiss and Aulete. In order to carry out this comparison, some...
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