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Tense and aspect in Second Language Acquisition and learner corpus research: Introduction to the special issue Robert Fuchs and Valentin Werner 143–163 Articles The progressive form and its functions in spoken learner English: Tracing the effects of an exposure-rich learning environment Lea Meriläinen 164–194 The use of stative progressives by … Continue reading

Vocab@Leuven – Call for proposals!

It is our pleasure to invite you to the Vocab@Leuven- conference. The symposium will be hosted by KU Leuven, Belgium and will take place from 1 – 3 July 2019. The conference will be the third Vocab@conference after the successful previous editions of Vocab@Vic in Wellington in 2013 and Vocab@Tokyo … Continue reading

CfP: Learner Corpus Research 2019

The 5th Learner Corpus Research Conference will be hosted by the Institute of Applied Linguistics, University of Warsaw (Warsaw, Poland) on 12-14 September, 2019. It will be the fifth in the series of successful conferences, which took place in Louvain-la-Neuve (Belgium) in 2011, Bergen (Norway) in 2013, Cuijk (the Netherlands) … Continue reading

PhD fellowship in Corpus Linguistics and Second Language Acquisition

The Centre for English Corpus Linguistics has an opening for a PhD fellowship for a total period of four years, starting as of October 2018 (later is also a possibility). The position is part of the UCLouvain FSR-funded research project Particle placement and genitive alternations in EFL learner spoken syntax: … Continue reading

IJLCR 4.1 just out!

Articles Epicene pronouns in intermediate to advanced EFL writing Charlotte Stormbom 1–22 Does the passé composé influence L2 learners’ use of English past tenses?: A semantic exploration of the present perfect in French-English interlanguage Sandra C. Deshors 23–53 Shell noun use in English argumentative essays by native speakers of Japanese, … Continue reading

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Learner Corpus Bibliography

The Learner Corpus Bibliography is a searchable bibliography of more than 1,000 references on learner corpus research

Learner Corpora around the World

The Centre for English Corpus Linguistics maintains a 'Learner Corpora around the World' page.

MERLIN corpus

MERLIN provides access to 2.286 texts written by learners of Czech, Italian and German. The learner texts stem from standardized language tests and they have been reliably related to the CEFR levels.