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This six-page chart covers:
Introduction to American signal Language
The guide alphabet
Numbers
Greetings and phrases
Question words
Days and time of day
Family contributors and people
Clothing
Colors
Food and meals
Emotions and feelings
Time
Around the house
Health and the body
Money
Nature and the weather
Opposites
Plurals, verb tenses, and negation
ASL vs. Signed English

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Keyness is therefore somewhat subjective, anyway. But this need not be seen as a problem; it should be turned around and perceived as a positive advantage. A key word detection routine is of interest precisely because it will typically throw up some items which are unlikely for humans to notice. 4. Text section v. text v. corpus v. sub-corpus One way of thinking about the differences between computing the key elements of a section of a text, versus a whole text, versus a sub-corpus or a whole corpus, is via this diagram: SCOPE 1: a few words to left and right SCOPE 2: the whole sentence SCOPE 3: the paragraph SCOPE 4: the story so far (up to back) SCOPE 5: the section or chapter SCOPE 6: the whole text SCOPE 7: the colony of texts to which this one belongs SCOPE 8: other related texts SCOPE 9: the context of culture EXTRA-LINGUISTIC SCOPE: where you are when you meet the text Figure 1.

Stubbs & W. Teubert (eds), 57–87. London: Continuum. Wierzbicka, A. 1997. Understanding Cultures through their Key-words. Oxford: OUP. Williams, R. 1976/1983. Keywords. A Vocabulary of Culture and Society. London: Fontana. Williams, R. 1985. Mining the meaning: Key words in the miners’ strike. New Socialist, March 1985. Wilson, E. O. 1998. Consilience: The Unity of Knowledge. New York: Knopf. Problems in investigating keyness, or clearing the undergrowth and marking out trails… Mike Scott Aston University, UK The article explores what might be meant by keyness in Corpus Linguistics.

First, no-one quite knows how to talk about such linguistic and conceptual units, and various metaphors are used. Units are said to crystallize, emerge, reify and stabilize. Second, a list of isolated examples does not amount to a theory. We have the problem again of Three concepts of keywords how to provide comprehensive coverage of the vocabulary of the language. An intermediate step would be to study a well-defined semantic set. For example, the five verbs of sensation and perception, feel, hear, see, smell, taste, have distinct grammatical and phraseological characteristics.

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