I think a good start would be Biber et al.'s grammar, published by
Cambridge (1999). It offers detailed product design based on corpus and
register subcorpora variations and priorities. Then, for German,
for example, Randall Jones deals with large quantities of recorded scripts
by native speakers (400 spontaneous interviews with a wide variety of
On Wed, 23 Feb 2000, Young
> Hello...this is a request for information!
> I would really like to find out more about how corpus linguistics is being
> used in the development of language teaching materials. Any information on
> the subject or websites that
> could put me in that general direction would be greatly appreciated.
> Yours sincerely, David Young.
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