TEANGA 21, edited by Jeffrey Kallen and guest-edited by Fiona Farr and Anne O'Keefe, is now published here. This Volume contains papers written in 2002, arising from the first international Inter-Varietal Applied Corpus Studies (IVACS) conference in the University of Limerick. Eight guest-edited articles focused on various aspects of corpus linguistics, including the Limerick Corpus of Irish English, multi-word clusters in spoken English, personal pronouns, grades and changes in student academic writing, discourse features in spoken Burmese, adult literacy learners’ experience of spoken and written ellipsis, semi-specialized corpora of written French in language learning, exchange in family discourse, and intonation of declarative-mood questions in Hong Kong English.
It was published in hard copy in 2004. It was scanned (and its metadata digitised) by Fiontar & Scoil na Gaeilge, DCU, and made available online in 2019.Read more about TEANGA 21 (2002) available online