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Adult learners' retention of collocations from exposure
(Sage Publications Ltd., 2010)
Formulaic language is widely recognized to be of central importance to fluent and idiomatic language use. However, the mechanics of how formulaic language is acquired are not well understood. Some researchers (e.g. Nick ...
Formulaicity in an agglutinating language: the case of Turkish
(De Gruyter Mouton, 2013)
This study examines the extent to which complex inflectional patterns found in Turkish, a language with a rich agglutinating morphology, can be described as formulaic. It is found that many prototypically formulaic phenomena ...
The effect of L1 on the production of L2 formulaic expressions
(Turkish Association of Applied Linguistics, 2016)
This study explores whether formulaic expressions congruent to the ones in an individual's native language (L1) have an effect on the production those expressions and their respective contexts in that individual's second ...
EFL learners’ use of formulaic language in oral assessments: a study on fluency and proficiency
(Hacettepe University, 2016)
Despite the recent, increasing interest in the research of formulaic language which constitutes a significant part of languages, there is little research on formulaic language use in registers such as classroom teaching ...