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Using Corpus of Contemporary American English to Find Collocations

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Page 6 of the activity packet handout from ARKTESOL 2010 Sprindale presentation by Elisabeth Chan entitled Building Academic English in the ESL Classroom.

Page 6 of the activity packet handout from ARKTESOL 2010 Sprindale presentation by Elisabeth Chan entitled Building Academic English in the ESL Classroom.

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  • 1. http://www.americancorpus.org/ 1. 1. Type your word into “WORD(S)”. 2. Click “CONTEXT”. A box will appear. 3. Click SEARCH. 3. 2. 4. View your results in the right frame. The word you have typed in is used most often near these words. For example, the following phrases are common: “conflict between”, “conflict and resolution”, “conflict of interests”, “armed conflict”, “potential conflict”, “ethnic conflict”, and so on. You can click each word in this frame to see example sentences of use. Created for Level 4C / Spring 2010 Session I / ELC