thank you very much, I'm sorry to reply a little late. After you scanned, you can e-mail to me(email@example.com)or uploadthem on this forum. Thank you!
The two books are very useful for EAP research. Thanks a lot in advance for your offer!!
I don't know whether you mind checking your library again for the following two books I need, thanks!
I checked my library and found that there are two books of Cognitive Stylistics: Langnage and cognition in text analysis .Are you still in urgent need of it?I don't know whether you mind checking your library again for the following two books I need, thanks!
Cognitive Stylistics: Langnage and cognition in text analysis E. Semino and J. Culpeper(eds). Amsterdam Philadelph: John Benjamins Publishing Company, 2002.
Culpeper, J. Language and Characterization: People in plays and other texts Harlow: Pearson Education, 2001.
ENGLISH FOR ACADEMIC PURPOSES (EAP)
Within the next month or two, we will release a special version of WORDANDPHRASE.INFO, specifically for those who are learning or teaching English for Academic Purposes (EAP). Rather than being based on all genres in COCA (spoken, fiction, magazine, newspaper, and academic), this resource will focus just on the 85 million words of academic text in the COCA corpus.
The core of the site will be a 5,000-10,000 list of words that are at least 50% more common (per million words) in the ACADEMIC genre of COCA than in the other genres. For each of those 5,000-10,000 words, users will be able to see their collocates and concordance lines (as with this site), but in this case the collocates and concordance lines will come just from the 85 million words in the ACADEMIC genre. In addition, users will be able to see how the word is distributed across the sub-genres of ACADEMIC -- for example, whether it is more common in Medical, Legal, Social Sciences, Humanities, and so on -- and then limit the concordance lines to just that sub-genre.