By Sylviane Granger, Joseph Hung, Stephanie Petch-Tyson
This paintings takes inventory of present study into machine learner corpora carried out either via ELT and SLA experts. it's going to be of specific curiosity to researchers trying to examine its relevance to SLA idea and ELT perform. during the quantity, emphasis can also be put on useful, methodological facets of machine learner corpus learn, particularly the contribution of expertise to the learn strategy. the benefits and downsides of automatic and semi-automated methods are analyzed, the services of linguistic software program instruments investigated, the corpora (and compilation techniques) defined intimately. during this approach, a major functionality of the amount is to provide useful perception to researchers who could be contemplating compiling a corpus of learner info or embarking on learner corpus learn.
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This indicates that the Swedish translators had a tendency to overuse the analytical target form when they translated an English text. Using a term from Hasselgren (1994), we can say that the analytical target forms seem to act as lexico-grammatical ‘teddy bears’ both in the Swedish translations and in the Swedish learners’ interlanguage. The difference is that while the Swedish learners overgeneralise the analytical form in their L2, the Swedish translators do so when they translate into in their own language.