Corpus Tools (Part 1): Real-World English Public Deposited
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- Caplan, Nigel A.
- A corpus is a large, computerized body of texts. This video teaches you how to use a free online corpus to learn how English is really used in academic English or other forms of the language. Part of a series of English Language and American Culture online workshops for non-native speakers of English at UNC.
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- August 7, 2009
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