By Steven Jones
This e-book demonstrates how conventional linguistic conception might be revisited, up to date and challenged within the corpus age. it will likely be crucial analyzing for students drawn to antonymy and corpus linguistics.
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Antonymy: A Corpus-Based Perspective (Routledge Advances in Corpus Linguistics) by Steven Jones