Using corpora to explore vocabulary for writing conclusions

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Abstract

Introduction:
Every university essay or assignment contains a conclusion section. To write this section successfully, students of English for academic purposes need to be aware of its typical features (e.g. combining summary and interpretation, linking conclusions to research questions, avoiding re-statements) and the appropriate vocabulary to use (e.g. suggest, imply, conclude). This lesson contains practical suggestions that can be used to help students write conclusions.
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationTeaching English with corpora
Subtitle of host publicationA Resource Book
EditorsVander Viana
PublisherRoutledge
Chapter63
ISBN (Print)9781032252995, 9781032252971
Publication statusAccepted/In press - 2021

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