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Aleksandra Degtyar
Omission of Lexical Items in Non-standart Speech Corpus-based Study (RLC)
2018
The goal of the present research is to analyse and classify omission of lexical items errors in non-standard speech. The research is corpus-based and offers a comparative analysis of Russian, English and German constructions. The data for the study has been collected from Russian Learner Corpus corpora, which contains texts produced by two categories of non-standard speakers of Russian: learners of Russian as a Foreign language and speakers of Heritage Russian with different dominant languages. As a result of the study, descriptive analysis in speech of German and English speakers has been suggested.

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