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It shows three collocational types: Executours and assignes (23 occ), heiress and executours (6 occ.
However, a calculation which is based on individual word-pairs greatly underestimates the strength of such collocational attraction.
Is the learners' overall proficiency systematically related to their susceptibility to collocational errors?
Sinclair (2004), for example, emphasizes that in certain cases different word forms should be handled as different words, as their collocational distribution may be quite different.
Consequently, mastery of special languages can also be regarded as largely dependent on collocational competence, since lexis is an important attribute of a genre.
Previous studies on collocational eonstraints between causative and resultative predicates
In analyzing English verbs as tenses, the researcher first emphasizes the unmarked, main clause uses based in large part on collocational restrictions with time adverbials.
If so, should we not pay as much attention to identifying an author's repeating phrases and collocational clusters as in calculating the frequency and whereabouts of an author's single words?
Interpretive analysis begins with the breaking down of collocational lists into semantic groups called notional sets.
The depth dimension should cover such components as pronunciation, spelling, meaning, register, frequency, and morphological, syntactic, and collocational properties [17].
The presence of collocational phrases, such as weak and insignificant, power and control, pain and weakness, anger and frustration, and cycle of violence indicate signs of a mature 18-year-old ESL student-writer.
EWC considers encyclopaedic, ontological, and collocational knowledge about terms.