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Introduction : Grammaticalité et annotations de corpus d’anglais oral – perspectives et problèmes

Abstract : Thinking over the system of a language means that you take into account the grammar that regulates it by relying on the examples that are acceptable and not acceptable for the speaker of the spoken language. This article defends the position of the non existence of grammaticality since no linguist has ever established a frontier between what is grammatical and what is not. The category of grammar is discussed then the study extends to the spoken language with the problems brought about by the annotation of a corpus of spoken English that are word tagging, linguistic repairs, Markovian constructions, logical distinctions, non standard usage, and dialectal difference and performance errors.
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Sylvie Hancil. Introduction : Grammaticalité et annotations de corpus d’anglais oral – perspectives et problèmes. Anglophonia / Caliban - French Journal of English Linguistics, Presses universitaires du Midi, 2017, ⟨10.4000/anglophonia.1162⟩. ⟨hal-01983046⟩

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