Combinatoria léxica y corpus como input
Sánchez Rufat, Anna (Universidad de Córdoba)
Jiménez Calderón, Francisco (Universidad de Extremadura)

Data: 2012
Resum: Computer based corpora which have been statistically analyzed have lead to the recognition of frequent lexical sequences (also known as multiword expressions, prefabricated chunks or collocations- in a loose use of the term- as a very important component of language production. Spontaneous interactions demand the storage of the phrasal element during the encod ing and decoding of the message. Corpus studies, apart from improving the descriptions of lexis contribute, by means of the Applied Cognitive Linguistics proposals, to the learning process of these units with activities conveniently designed. This article brings an approach which combines the applications of corpora with the benefits of collocations- in a restricted use of the term- when the lexical competence is being developed. The aim is to provide the ability to identify collocations by using the input contained in the corpora, which it will lead to the production of many different combinations, once the connections between a predicate and its arguments have been established.
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Llengua: Castellà
Document: Article ; recerca ; Versió publicada
Matèria: Combinacions lexicals ; Adquisició del llenguatge ; Corpus textual ; Lingüística cognitiva aplicada ; Lexical combinations ; Collocation ; Vocabulary acquisition ; Textual corpus ; Applied Cognitive Linguistics
Publicat a: Language design : journal of theoretical and experimental linguistics, Vol. 14, Núm. (2012) , p. 61-81, ISSN 1139-4218

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