volume 11, issue 1, P55-112 1998
DOI: 10.1076/call.11.1.55.5724
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Abstract: We present and consider the experience, results and prognoses for the development and implementation of grammar-checking programs that can advise effectively on the language produced by learners of English as a foreign language. In particular, we report on the work which has been ongoing at Exeter over the last ten years and, specifically, on two programs, Language Independent Grammatical Error Reporter (LINGER) and Interactive Sentence Constructor and Analyser (ISCA). The work that has been undertaken is con…

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