Karin Schöne

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The MERLIN corpus is a written learner corpus for Czech, German, and Italian that has been designed to illustrate the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages (CEFR) with authentic learner data. The corpus contains 2,290 learner texts produced in standardized language certifications covering CEFR levels A1–C1. The MERLIN annotation scheme(More)
Since its publication in 2001, the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages (CEFR) has gained a leading role as an instrument of reference for language teaching and certification. Nonetheless, there is a growing concern about CEFR levels being insufficiently illustrated in terms of authentic learner data. Such concern grows even stronger when(More)
The rapid development of the natural sciences and the technical progress during the last century have significantly changed our society and environment. During this period the average life expectancy for people in industrialized countries has doubled. A prolongation of life expectancy to this extent, due to for example, understanding of the relationship(More)
Due to the complexity of its scope of use, telemedicine involves new risks of legal liability against which often neither physicians nor clinics are insured; for example, division of responsibility which is not legally defined between the consultant and the attending physician, or demands for compensation from abroad. Special information sheets and forms of(More)
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