self-created expressions

(A presentation paper originally; by one NEB; left as such; Powerpoint slides available here I. Introduction There exist various aspects of students’ English which have been investigated: vocabulary, pronunciation, reading comprehension, etc. One aspect which is huge and which remains a good topic to research is their building blocks […]

Students’ ‘Creative Language’ in Action: To What Extent Is ...

(Posting on a topic presented at an international conference; by one NEB) Presenting ‘creative language’: The creative language I mention here is what is formally and academically known as ‘collocation’, which is simply a group of words which belong together and which are accepted to be common and/or English-sounding as […]

‘Creative Language’