The Creation of a Spoken Sub-Corpus from the British National Corpus for Comparative Purposes

@inproceedings{Lam2007TheCO,
  title={The Creation of a Spoken Sub-Corpus from the British National Corpus for Comparative Purposes},
  author={Phoenix W. Y. Lam and Richard Forsyth},
  year={2007}
}
The British National Corpus (henceforth BNC) is one of the most frequently consulted corpora in linguistic research. While the use of this corpus is continuously on the increase, it appears that most BNC-related research work has exploited the corpus in its entirety, i.e. taking the corpus as a whole in analysing specific features or comparing with a… CONTINUE READING