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As we explain on the project home page see link below , without this support, carrying out experiments on an exploration platform is onerous and error-prone, and linguists often struggle with the process, rather than focus on the meaning of their research results. Specialised extraction tools are narrow and results inevitably require further explanation. The idea is to combine a range of tools and algorithms in a common platform to support a wide range of research goals with a parsed corpus. Experimentation, by contrast, requires the cyclic elaboration and evaluation of entire experiments.

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Please let us know if you would like us to include your publications based on SEU material. We will appreciate it if you send us offprints of any such publications. Aarts, Bas Syntactic gradience: the nature of grammatical indeterminacy. Oxford: Oxford University Press. Aarts, Bas In defence of distributional analysis, pace Croft. Studies in Language Aarts, Bas Seminar series on the 'Methodology of corpus linguistics for spoken and written language' at the summer school of the Societas Linguistica Europaea in Campobasso, Italy.

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Dumal, obojdjetsja; ne oboshlosj. Claudia had a heavy hand. I always thought he is a fool, but it turned out to be wrong. Ja i ranjshe dumal, on durak, i okazalosj, chto ja byl prav. Even earlier I thought he is a fool, and it turned out to be true. Pervaja zhena i sejchas ne prishla. Lilia Ivanovna started thinking: his ex-wife will come to the funeral repast.

Na mne. Who do you think is responsible for all this equipment? Semantic and pragmatic functions: Definition of parentheticals [Paducheva ]: parentheticals are outside the part of a sentence that is communication significant The communication significant part: 1. I thought it is impossible, and felt myself absolutely helpless.

I started thinking, forty thousand of what? The leader of the rebels, as some people deny, is already in the country. Paratactic construtions can not host negation, as well: Vy svojego syna znajete luchshe, i ja tak dumaju, vam legche pridumatj, kak postroitj s nim razgovor naschet zavtrakov i obedov.