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Victoria Pechnikova
Common Error Types of Advanced Russian Language Learners in the Epistolary Genre
2019
This paper presents a complex analysis of the text corpus collected for this survey. The text corpus includes texts of letters of the epistolary genre written by American students of Russian as a foreign language for the Russian course in Dartmouth College that is called «Advanced Seminar in Russian Culture. Media Research and Creative Writing in Russian». For the annotation of the new «RUS_GAM» corpus (second part of which was taken from the original name of the novel – «Hamlet of our time») a special tag system (there were marked out 53 different tags) was created, according to which 3066 errors were annotated. The result of the analysis was the error classification of the most frequent types of errors found in the Russian as a foreign language advanced students’ written texts, which were then described in more detail in the following paper.

Key words: RFL, Advanced level, Errors, Annotation, Text Corpus

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