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I. Introduction
MARIA Jost LUZON / MARI CARMEN CAMPOY /
MARIA DEL MAR SANCHEZ / PATRICIA SALAZAR
Spoken Corpora: New Perspectives
in Oral Language Use and Teaching............................ .....3
II. The Use of Spoken Corpora for Language Research
ANNA MAURANEN
Investigating English as a Lingua Franca
w ith  a  Spoken  C orpus ................................................................ ...33
VIVIANA CORTES / ENIKO CSOMAY
Positioning Lexical Bundles in University Lectures .................57
NANCY DRESCHER
A Multi-dimensional Examination of Spoken Language
in  U .S. U niversities ..................................... ............. 77
PAULA GARCIA
Pragmatics in Academic Contexts: A Spoken Corpus Study......97
JAVIER PEREZ GUERRA
"Am I more complex when I speak or when I write?"
A Corpus-based Study on Linguistic Complexity
in Spoken and Written Present-day English ............................ 127
AMALIA MENDES / MARIA FERNANDA BACELAR Do
NASCIMIENTO
Grammaticalization Processes in a Spoken Portuguese Corpus:
Space, Time and Discourse ...........................................147
III. Teaching and Learning Languages
through Oral Corpora
YUKIO TONO
The Roles of Oral L2 Learner Corpora in Language Teaching:
The Case of the NICT JLE Corpus..............................   163
JOHN OSBORNE
Investigating L2 Fluency through Oral Learner Corpora......... 181
WINNIE CHENG
"Sorry to Interrupt, but..."
Pedagogical Implications of a Spoken Corpus........................ 199
SYLVIE DE COCK
Routinized Building Blocks in Native Speaker and
Learner Speech: Clausal Sequences in the Spotlight ...............217
FIONA FARR
Spoken Language Analysis as an Aid to Reflective Practice in
Language Teacher Education: Using a Specialised Corpus
to  Establish  a Generic Fingerprint ...............................................235



Library of Congress subject headings for this publication: Oral communication Research Methodology, Corpora (Linguistics)Language and languages Study and teaching Research Methodology