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The Learner as Corpus Designer

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Making corpora can be a useful experience for language learners, who may thereby become aware of the issues in corpus construction and become more critical users of published corpora of various kinds. Making corpora is, however, a very costly process. This paper suggests that constructing subcorpora from published corpora may offer many of the same benefits, illustrating procedures and products using the BNC Sampler.

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