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lex·i·cal

(leks'ĭ-kăl),
Denoting the vocabulary of speech or language.

lex·i·cal

(leks'i-kăl)
Denoting the vocabulary related to or describing speech or language.
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I therefore perceived a clear need for this issue to be addressed in some way in my context, since, although there has been considerable research on the effect of L1 influence on second language acquisition (SLA), little has been written about how to approach the problem of negative lexical transfer in the classroom.
A promising method for better understanding L2 lexical proficiency lies in the use of natural language processing (NLP, Meurers, 2013) tools, such as the Tool for the Automatic Analysis of Lexical Sophistication (Kyle & Crossley, 2015), Coh-Metrix (Graesser, McNamara, Louwerse, & Cai, 2004) and AntWordProfiler (Anthony, 2014).
It is not a reference system of words to words, but an organization by meaning relations in which a prefiguration of lexical fields is established.
Chapter 8 deals with research into lexical bundles and academic discourse.
For instance, customers can use the IMO Intelligent Service Desk to submit lexical terms they wish to use in a different manner.
In the present lexical decision experiment, competitive Scrabble players were presented not only with words, but also with two types of pseudowords: transposed-letter pseudowords (e.
They note right away--anticipating wonderment on the part of readers--that the first three contributions do not pertain to lexical semantics at all, but rather to hieroglyphic writing.
Key word: Lexical stress, Khowar, Pitch, Duration, Acoustic analysis, Praat
Partindo do pressuposto de que questoes relacionadas ao acesso lexical sao mais bem explicadas por experimentos (DIJKSTRA, 2005), estudos empiricos com foco no acesso lexical de bilingues/multilingues, relacionados a modelos extensivamente investigados na literatura foram selecionados para esta revisao de literatura.
In section 4, instances of lexical creativity will be worked out on the basis of the relevant criteria developed by Hohenhaus and Stekauer.
Vocabulary has been identified as an underlying variable of English language proficiency, with more sophisticated lexical output and understanding being associated with overall improved additional language competencies (Roessingh, 2006).
The paper Perception of typicality in the lexicon: wordlikeness, lexical density and morphonotactic constraints (Claudia Marzi, Marcello Ferro, Emmanuel Keuleers) presents a computational model of lexical organisation, based on Self-Organising Maps with Hebbian connections defined over a temporal layer (TSOMs), providing a principled algorithmic account of effects of lexical acquisition, processing and access to further investigate these issues.