CALPERLEX is a space in the Corpus Portal that is dedicated to the exploration of language through corpus analysis. Teachers can find single lexical items or contrasting lexical pairs or routine expressions presented in form of concordance lines. The "problem sets" can be printed out and used as worksheets in the classroom. They can also be used by individual learners for self-study.

Language Lexical Item (s) Mode Submitted by
Chinese yizhi / shizhong written Haiyang Ai, Xiaofei Lu, Hongyin Tao, 2009
Chinese zaocheng / xingcheng written Haiyang Ai, Xiaofei Lu, Hongyin Tao, 2009
L2 Chinese le written Haiyang Ai, Xiaofei Lu, Jie Zhang, 2012
Russian da ty chto spoken Edie Furniss, 2013
Russian ukh tyspoken Edie Furniss, 2013
Spanish en seguida spoken Carolina Amador, 2009
Spanish por fin / en fin spoken Carolina Amador, 2009
Spanish ir / irse spoken Carolina Amador, 2011
Spanish querdar / querdarse spoken Carolina Amador, 2011

 

 

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