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Understanding the long-term evolution of L2 lexical diversity: The contribution of a longitudinal learner corpus

Understanding the long-term evolution of L2 lexical diversity: The contribution of a longitudinal learner corpus
Understanding the long-term evolution of L2 lexical diversity: The contribution of a longitudinal learner corpus
148-171
Cambridge University Press
Tracy-Ventura, Nicole
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Huensch, Amanda
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Mitchell, Rosamond
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Le Bruyn, Bert
Paquot, Magali
Tracy-Ventura, Nicole
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Huensch, Amanda
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Mitchell, Rosamond
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Le Bruyn, Bert
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Tracy-Ventura, Nicole, Huensch, Amanda and Mitchell, Rosamond (2021) Understanding the long-term evolution of L2 lexical diversity: The contribution of a longitudinal learner corpus. In, Le Bruyn, Bert and Paquot, Magali (eds.) Learner corpus research meets second language acquisition. (Cambridge Applied Linguistics) Cambridge. Cambridge University Press, pp. 148-171.

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e-pub ahead of print date: 11 December 2020
Published date: 2021

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