Exploring corpus linguistics: Language in action

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Supakorn Phoocharoensil


Title: Exploring corpus linguistics: Language in action

Author: Winnie Cheng

Publisher: Routledge 2012

Pages: 249

ISBN: 9780415585477


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Supakorn Phoocharoensil

Supakorn Phoocharoensil is an Assistant Professor at Language Institute of Thammasat University. His areas of research specialization include second language acquisition of English lexis and syntax, interlanguage pragmatics, and corpus linguistics. He had his research articles published in a number of international peer-reviewed journals, e.g. The Journal of Pan-Pacific Association of Applied Linguistics, Hong Kong Journal of Applied Linguistics, English Language Teaching, The Southeast Asian Journal of English Language Studies, The International Journal of Learning etc.


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