CORPORA AND CORPUS LINGUISTIC APPROACHES TO STUDY BUSINESS LANGUAGE
Keywords:Corpus linguistics, corpora, Sketch Engine, Corporate Social Responsibility(CSR), British National Corpus (BNC), English for Speciﬁc Purposes (ESP), English for Academic Purposes (EAP)
This article deals with the corpora and corpus linguistic approaches to study business language. The term corpus is understood more speciﬁcally as a compilation of naturally-occurring texts stored electronically and available for quantitative and qualitative analysis.
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