Martin Warren
Martin Warren
Professor of English Language Studies, The Hong Kong Polytechnic University
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Having second thoughts: Student perceptions before and after a peer assessment exercise
W Cheng, M Warren
Studies in Higher Education 22 (2), 233-239, 1997
Peer assessment of language proficiency
W Cheng, M Warren
Language Testing 22 (1), 93-121, 2005
From n-gram to skipgram to concgram
W Cheng, C Greaves, M Warren
International journal of corpus linguistics 11 (4), 411-433, 2006
Making a difference: Using peers to assess individual students' contributions to a group project
W Cheng, M Warren
Teaching in Higher Education 5 (2), 243-255, 2000
Peer and teacher assessment of the oral and written tasks of a group project
W Cheng, M Warren
Assessment & Evaluation in Higher Education 24 (3), 301-314, 1999
The language learner as language researcher: putting corpus linguistics on the timetable
W Cheng, M Warren, X Xun-Feng
System 31 (2), 173-186, 2003
ConcGram 1.0
C Greaves
A phraseological search engine, 2009
Uncovering the extent of the phraseological tendency: Towards a systematic analysis of concgrams
W Cheng, C Greaves, JMH Sinclair, M Warren
Applied Linguistics 30 (2), 236-252, 2009
Features of naturalness in conversation
M Warren
John Benjamins Publishing, 2006
What can a corpus tell us about multi-word units?
C Greaves, M Warren
The Routledge handbook of corpus linguistics, 240-254, 2010
A corpus-driven study of discourse intonation: the Hong Kong corpus of spoken English (prosodic)
W Cheng, C Greaves, M Warren
John Benjamins Publishing, 2008
Indirectness, inexplicitness and vagueness made clearer
W Cheng, M Warren
Pragmatics 13 (3), 381-400, 2003
The creation of a prosodically transcribed intercultural corpus: The Hong Kong Corpus of Spoken English (prosodic)
W Cheng, C Greaves, M Warren
ICAME journal 29, 47-68, 2005
Crop-raiding baboons (Papio anubis) and defensive farmers: a West African perspective
Y Warren
West African Journal of Applied Ecology 14 (1), 2009
Inexplicitness: What is it and should we be teaching it?
W Cheng, M Warren
Applied Linguistics 20 (3), 293-315, 1999
“Just spoke to…”: The types and directionality of intertextuality in professional discourse
M Warren
English for Specific Purposes 32 (1), 12-24, 2013
The use of vague language in intercultural conversations in Hong Kong
W Cheng, M Warren
English World-Wide 22 (1), 81-104, 2001
//so what have YOU been WORking on REcently: Compiling a specialized corpus of spoken business English
M Warren
John Benjamins, 2004
Concgramming: A computer driven approach to learning the phraseology of English
C Greaves, M Warren
ReCALL 19 (3), 287-306, 2007
The Hong Kong corpus of spoken English: language learning through language description
W Cheng, M Warren
Peter Lang, 2000
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