LxGr2024 will be held online via MS Teams. Participation is free.

The link will be sent to those registered one day before the symposium.

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Registration closes on 2 July 2024.

If you have any questions, contact the organiser, Costas Gabrielatos ([email protected]).

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PROGRAMME

Times are BST

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DAY 1: FRIDAY 5 JULY 2024

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9:00 – 9:30                    WELCOME & ANNOUNCEMENTS

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9:30 – 10:05   

Seulkee PARK

(Kyung Hee University, South Korea)

The predicate patterns in as-parenthetical constructions with subject ellipsis: A corpus-based investigation

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10:15 – 10:50

Quentin FELTGEN

(Ghent University, Belgium)     

The empirical signature of entrenched schemas

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10:50 – 11:20              BREAK

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11:20 – 11:55

Emilija Mustapić MALENICA1, Jelena GUGIĆ3, Mojca Kompara LUKANČIĆ2, Jakov PROROKOVIĆ1 & Frane MALENICA1

(1: University of Zadar, Croatia; 2: University of Maribor, Slovenia; 3: Juraj Dobrila University of Pula, Croatia)

The effects of morphological relatedness, frequency and schematicity and L2 proficiency on native and non-native processing of nominal compounds

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12:05 – 12:40

Mirjana BORUCINSKY & Jana KEGALJ

(University of Rijeka, Croatia)  

Exploring the interplay of lexis and grammar through n-grams in English and Croatian

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12:40 – 13:10              BREAK

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13:10 – 13:45 

Christina FAKALOU

(Ionian University, Greece)

Systemic Functional Linguistics as a tool for analyzing Turkey as safe third country: Admissibility decisions in the Greek asylum context

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13:45 – 14:30              BREAK

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14:30 – 15:40              INVITED TALK

Ute RÖMER-BARRON

(Georgia State University, USA)

Phraseology research in second language acquisition: From learner corpus analysis to pedagogical practice

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15:40 – 16:10              BREAK

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16:10 ­­– 16:45

Shengyu LIAO1, Stefan Th. GRIES2 & Stefanie WULFF1

(1: University of Florida, USA; 2: University of California, Santa Barbara, USA, and JLU Giessen, Germany)

How many dative constructions alternate in Mandarin Chinese?

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16:55 – 17:30

Soyeon SIM

(Georgia State University, USA)

A corpus-based study of English light verb extensions (LVEs) in L2 learner writing

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17:30 – 18:00              CONCLUDING REMARKS & DISCUSSION

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DAY 2: SATURDAY 6 JULY 2024

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9:00 – 9:30                    WELCOME & ANNOUNCEMENTS

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9:30 – 10:05

Margo VAN POUCKE

(Macquarie University, Australia)

Towards person-centred care: A corpus-assisted appraisal analysis of engagement in digital health dialogue on chronic pain management

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10:15 – 10:50

Maggie LEUNG

(National Taipei University of Technology, Taiwan)

Exploring the lexicogrammar in corporate governance reports

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10:50 – 11:20              BREAK

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11:20 – 11:55

Aleksandra WIECZOREK

(Institute of Polish Language, Polish Academy of Sciences, Poland)

Numerals ending in -kroć in Middle Polish and their grammatical description in the Electronic Dictionary of the 17th- and 18th-century Polish

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12:05 – 12:40

Artem VELYCHKO

(University of Bialystok, Poland)

Sketch Engine’s ‘As a List’ functionality: Extraction of specialised collocations on the theme of fishing

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12:40 – 13:10              BREAK

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13:10 – 13:45

Leah FERNEYHOUGH

(Independent Researcher, UK)

Do me proud or make me proud?​ A corpus study of complex transitive and trivalent +np +ADJ/it +ADJ patterns ​of the English verbs DO and MAKE

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13:45 – 14:30              BREAK

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14:30 – 15:40 INVITED TALK

Lise FONTAINE

(Université du Québec à Trois-Rivières, Canada)

Reconciling (or not) lexis and grammar

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15:40 – 16:10              BREAK

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16:10 ­­– 16:45

Irene CHECA-GARCIA

(University of Wyoming, USA)

Sentence elaboration across languages: is it really universal? A comparison of English and Spanish monolinguals and bilinguals

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16:55 – 17:30

Matthew Brook O’DONNELL

(University of Pennsylvania, USA)

Hoey’s Dream or Primed Hallucinations? Using Large Language Models to Explore Lexical Priming Theory

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17:30 – 18:00              CONCLUDING REMARKS & DISCUSSION