Bibliography

Cancode bibliography

Adolphs, S. and Carter, R.A. (2003) 'Corpus stylistics: point of view and semantic prosodies in To the Lighthouse', Poetica 58: 7-20

Carter, R.A. (1997) Investigating English Discourse: Language, literacy and literature, London: Routledge

Carter, R.A. (1997) 'Grammar, the spoken language and ELT', in Hill, D.A. (ed) Milan 95: English Language Teaching, Rome: The British Council: 26-32

Carter, R.A. (1997) 'Speaking Englishes, speaking cultures, using CANCODE', Prospect 12 (2): 4-11

Carter, R.A. (1998) 'Orders of reality: CANCODE, communication and culture', ELT Journal 52 (1): 43-56

Carter, R.A. (1999) 'Common language: corpus, creativity and cognition', Language and Literature 8 (3): 1-21

Carter, R.A. (1999) 'Standard grammars, standard Englishes: some educational implications', in Bex, A.R. and Watts, R. (eds) Standard English: The Continuing Debate, London: Routledge

Carter, R.A. (2002) 'Spoken English, grammar and the classroom' in Hughes, R. (ed) At Full Stretch: Spoken English and the National Curriculum, London: Qualifications and Curriculum Authority. Published at http://www.qca.org.uk

Carter, R.A. (2002) 'Recognising creativity', IH Journal of Language and Development, 13: 9-14

Carter, R.A. (2004) 'Spoken Grammar', in Coffin, C., Hewings, A. and O'Halloran, K. (eds) Applying English Grammar: Functional and Corpus Approaches (London: Edward Arnold), 35-49

Carter, R.A. (2004) Language and Creativity: The Art of Common Talk London: Routledge

Carter, R.A. and Adolphs, S. (2003) 'Creativity and a corpus of spoken English', in Goodman, S., Lillis, T., Maybin, J. and Mercer, N. (eds) Language, Literacy and Education: A Reader, Stoke-on-Trent: Trentham Books: 247-262

Carter, R.A. and Adolphs, S. (2003) 'And she's like 'it's terrible like': spoken discourse, grammar and corpus analysis', International Journal of English Studies 2003, 3 (1): 45-57

Carter, R.A. and Schmitt, N. (2004) 'Formulaic sequences in action: An introduction' in Schmitt, N. (ed.) Formulaic Sequences, Amsterdam: John Benjamins: 1-22

Carter, R.A. and McCarthy, M.J. (1995) 'Grammar and the spoken language', Applied Linguistics 16 (2): 141-158

Carter, R.A. and McCarthy, M.J. (1995) 'Discourse and creativity: bridging the gap between language and literature', in Cook, G. and Seidlhofer, B. (eds) Principle and Practice in Applied Linguistics, Oxford: Oxford University Press: 303-321

Carter, R.A. and McCarthy, M.J. (1997) Exploring Spoken English, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press

Carter, R.A. and McCarthy, M.J. (1997) 'Written and spoken vocabulary', in Schmitt, N. and McCarthy, M.J. (eds) Vocabulary: Description, Acquisition, Pedagogy, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 20-39

Carter, R.A. and McCarthy, M.J. (1999) 'The English get-passive in spoken discourse: description and implications for an interpersonal grammar', English Language and Linguistics, 3 (1): 41-58

Carter, R.A. and McCarthy, M.J. (2001) 'Size isn't everything: spoken English, corpus and the classroom', in Research Issues, TESOL Quarterly (July, 2001): 337-340

Carter, R.A. and McCarthy, M.J. (2001) 'Designing the discourse syllabus', in Hall, D. and Hewings, A. (eds) Innovation in English Language Teaching, London: Routledge: 55-63

Carter, R.A. and McCarthy, M.J. (2004) 'Talking, creating: interactional language, creativity and context', Applied Linguistics, 25 (1): 62-88

Carter, R.A. and McCarthy, M.J. (2004) 'If you ever hear a native speaker, please let us know!' in A. Pulverness (ed) IATEFL 2003 Brighton Conference Selections, Kent: IATEFL: 116-23

Carter, R.A. and McCarthy, M.J. (2006) Cambridge Grammar of English: A comprehensive guide to spoken and written grammar and usage. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press

Carter, R.A., Hughes, R. and McCarthy, M.J. (1998) 'Telling tails: grammar, the spoken language and materials development', in Tomlinson, B. (ed) Materials Development in L2 Teaching, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press: 45-68

Carter, R.A., Hughes, R. and McCarthy, M.J. (2000) Exploring Grammar in Context, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press

Carter, R.A. and White, J. (2004) (eds) Introducing The Grammar of Talk, London: Qualifications and Curriculum Authority

Fung, L. and Carter, R.A. (2005) Discourse Markers and Spoken English: Native and Non-native Use in Pedagogic Settings. m/s School of English Studies, University of Nottingham

Hughes, R., Carter, R.A. and McCarthy, M.J. (1995) 'Discourse context as a predictor of grammatical choice', in Graddol, D. and Thomas, S. (eds) Language in a Changing Europe, Clevedon: BAAL/Multilingual Matters: 47-54

Hughes, R. and McCarthy, M.J. (1998) 'From sentence to grammar: discourse grammar and English language teaching', TESOL Quarterly, 32 (2): 263-87

McCarthy, M.J. (1994) 'What should we teach about the spoken language?', Australian Review of Applied Linguistics, 2: 104-20

McCarthy, M.J. (1994) 'Vocabulary and the spoken language', in Longo H.P. (ed) Atti del seminario internazionale di studi sul lessico, Bologna: Clueb: 119-30

McCarthy, M.J. (1995) 'Conversation and literature: tense and aspect', in Payne, J. (ed.) Linguistic Approaches to Literature, Birmingham/University of Birmingham: English Language Research: 58-73

McCarthy, M.J. (1998) Spoken Language and Applied Linguistics, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press

McCarthy, M.J. (1998) 'Taming the spoken language: genre theory and pedagogy', The Language Teacher, 22 (9) 21-23

McCarthy, M.J. (1998) 'Talking their heads off: the everyday conversation of everyday people', SELL 0:107-128

McCarthy, M.J. (1999) 'What constitutes a basic vocabulary for spoken communication?' SELL 1: 233-249

McCarthy, M.J. (1999) 'What is a basic spoken vocabulary?', FELT Newsletter, 1999, 1 (4): 7-9

McCarthy, M.J. (1999) 'Turning numbers into thoughts: making sense of language corpora technology and observing language', The Language Teacher 23 (6): 25-7

McCarthy, M.J. (2000) 'Captive audiences: the discourse of close contact service encounters', in Coupland, J. (ed) Small Talk, London: Pearson: 84-109

McCarthy, M.J. (2001) 'Discourse' in Carter, R.A and Nunan, D. (eds) Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press: 48-55

McCarthy, M.J. (2001) Issues in Applied Linguistics, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press

McCarthy, M.J. (2002) 'What is an advanced vocabulary?' SELL 3: 149-163. Reprinted in Tan, M. (ed.) Corpus Studies in Language Education, Bangkok: IELE Press: 15-29

McCarthy, M.J. (2002) 'Good listenership made plain: British and American non-minimal response tokens in everyday conversation', in Biber, D., Fitzpatrick S. and Reppen, R. (eds) Using Corpora to Explore Linguistic Variation, Amsterdam: John Benjamins: 49-71

McCarthy, M.J. (2003) 'Talking back: 'small' interactional response tokens in everyday conversation' in Coupland, J. (ed.) Special issue of Research on Language and Social Interaction on 'Small Talk', 36 (1): 33-63

McCarthy, M.J. (2004) 'Lessons from the analysis of chunks', The Language Teacher 28 (7): 9-12

McCarthy, M.J. (2005) 'Fluency and confluence: what fluent speakers do', The Language Teacher 29 (6): 26-28

McCarthy, M.J. and Carter, R.A. (1994) Language as Discourse: Perspectives for language teaching, Harlow: Longman

McCarthy, M.J. and Carter, R.A. (1995) 'Spoken grammar: what is it and how do we teach it?', ELT Journal 49 (3): 207-218

McCarthy, M.J. and Carter, R.A. (1997) 'Grammar, tails and affect: constructing expressive choices in discourse', Text 17 (3): 231-252

McCarthy, M.J. and Carter, R.A. (2000) 'Feeding back: non-minimal response tokens in everyday English conversation', in Heffer, C. and Sauntson, H. (eds) Words in Context: a tribute to John Sinclair on his retirement, Birmingham: ELR Discourse Monograph 18: 263-283

McCarthy, M.J. and Carter, R.A. (2001) 'Ten criteria for a spoken grammar', in Hinkel, E. and Fotos, S. (eds) New Perspectives on Grammar Teaching in Second Language Classrooms, Mahwah, N.J.: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates: 51-75

McCarthy, M.J. and Carter, R.A. (2002) 'From conversation to corpus: a dual analysis of a broadcast political interview', in Sánchez-Macarro, A. (ed.) Windows on the World: media discourse in English, Valencia: University of Valencia Press: 15-39

McCarthy, M.J. and Carter, R.A. (2002) 'This, that and the other. Multi-word clusters in spoken English as visible patterns of interaction', TEANGA (2002) (Yearbook of the Irish Association for Applied Linguistics) 21: 30-52

McCarthy, M.J. and Carter, R.A. (2004) 'There's millions of them': hyperbole in everyday conversation', Journal of Pragmatics 36: 149-184

McCarthy, M.J. and Handford, M. (2004) 'Invisible to us': A preliminary corpus-based study of spoken business English. In Connor, U. and Upton, T. (eds) Discourse in the Professions. Perspectives from Corpus Linguistics. Amsterdam: John Benjamins: 167-201

McCarthy, M.J. and O'Dell, F. (1999) English Vocabulary in Use (elementary level), Cambridge: Cambridge University Press

McCarthy, M.J. and O'Dell, F. (2002) English Vocabulary in Use (advanced level), Cambridge: Cambridge University Press

McCarthy, M.J. and O'Dell, F. (2002) English Idioms in Use (upper intermediate level), Cambridge: Cambridge University Press

McCarthy, M.J. and O'Dell, F. (2003) English Phrasal Verbs in Use (intermediate level), Cambridge: Cambridge University Press

McCarthy, M.J. and O'Dell, F. (2005) English Collocations in Use, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press

McCarthy, M.J. and O'Keeffe, A. (2003). 'What's in a name? Vocatives in casual conversations and radio phone-in calls', in Meyer, C. and Leistyna, P. (eds), Corpus Analysis: language structure and language use, Amsterdam: Rodopi: 153-185

McCarthy, M.J., Matthiessen, C. and Slade, D. (2001) 'Discourse Analysis', in Schmitt, N. (ed) An Introduction to Applied Linguistics, London: Arnold: 55-73

McCarthy, M.J. and Slade, D. (in press) 'Extending our understanding of spoken discourse', in Cummins, J. and Davison, C. Kluwer Handbook on English Language Teaching, Dordrecht: Kluwer Academic Publishers

McCarthy, M.J. and Spöttl, C. (2003) 'Formulaic utterances in the multi-lingual context' in Cenoz, J., Jessner, U. & Hufeisen, B. (eds) The Multilingual Lexicon, Dordrecht: Kluwer: 133-151

McCarthy, M.J. and Spöttl, C. (2004) 'Comparing the knowledge of formulaic sequences across L1, L2, L3 and L4' in Schmitt, N. (ed.) Formulaic Sequences, Amsterdam: John Benjamins: 191-225

McCarthy, M.J. and Tao, H. (2001) 'Understanding non-restrictive which-clauses in spoken English, which is not an easy thing', Language Sciences 23: 651-677

McCarthy, M.J. and Walsh, S. (2003) 'Discourse', in Nunan D. (ed) Practical English Language Teaching, New York: McGraw-Hill: 173-195

Stanfield, C. (1996) 'English as she is spoke' (conversation with CANCODE researcher Jean Hudson). Cambridge Language Reference News 2: 2.

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