By Vijay Bhatia, Purificación Sánchez Hernández, Pascual Pérez-Paredes
The current selection of articles represents examine efforts within the box of specialized languages, together with the research of analysis articles in disciplines as varied as Biomedicine and Computing, at the one hand, and overlapping disciplines reminiscent of in Social Sciences, at the different, all with excessive relevance to English for tutorial reasons, and English for particular reasons.
The quantity deals empirical facts received from corpus-based analyses of language, either from diachronic in addition to synchronic views, on themes equivalent to the position of mom tongue in specialist writing, the research of convention abstracts as a style, or the research of visible info move. This assortment addresses matters equivalent to the implementation of lexicons for specialized language studying, and the improvement of ontologies to analyze language styles. the amount hence presents a wealthy repertoire of analysis methodologies, in-depth analyses of specialized discourses, and the identity and dialogue of suitable pedagogic matters.
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Expected frequencies and log-likelihood (LL) values Results Methods IntroÂ� ductions expected frequencies ENG SPENG Discussions LL value expected frequencies SPENG SP LL value we-pron. antic. it-patt. inanim. subj. passives we-pron. antic. it-patt. inanim. subj. passives we-pron. antic. it-patt. inanim. subj. passives we-pron. antic. it-patt. 10 inanim. subj. 001). 0001) compared to SP. Below, we describe the rhetorical functionality of the patterns across RA sections and relate it to the specific textual developments and the co-occurring phraseology of these patterns in each set of texts.
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Interestingly, the Dkk–3 gene which negatively modulates Wnt7A signaling is frequently silenced by methylation in ALL15, 23. It can thus be speculated that the functional loss of Wnt antagonists can contribute to activation of the Wnt pathway in ALL, and may play a role in the pathogenesis and prognosis of the disease; however, this hypothesis has never been previously explored. ] (SPENG1) The SP Introductions show slightly higher comparative frequencies of inanimate subjects to the detriment of we-pronoun patterns.