you need to state your problem more clearly. Is your study a PhD project, a course-work task on a module, a job your boss has given you, or what ...? What do you mean by "analyze their words up to corpus linguistic"?? (this isn't British English and i don't understand).
I suggest you step back and look at some guidleines for writing a research plan, eg I recommend this to PhD applicants:
We normally require a research proposal, ideally following the guidelines at http://www.comp.leeds.ac.uk/eric/PhDguidelines.doc
- and if you want to really impress us, a more detailed proposal following EPSRC project proposal guidelines for a 3-year research project, see http://www.epsrc.ac.uk/ResearchFunding/HowToApply/ProposalDocumentation.htm
I hope this helps
Eric Atwell, Leeds University
On Wed, 2 Jul 2008, yakup durmus wrote:
> i have a study about corpus linguistic. i have to prepare
questions to ask foreign english speakers and analyze their words up to corpus linguistic. what can you suggest me ? what can i ask these people ?
thanks a lot.
-- Eric Atwell,
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Faculty of Engineering, UNIVERSITY OF LEEDS, Leeds LS2 9JT, England
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