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Diversity in collocational patterns of translated texts: a quantitative approach

Carmen Dayrell

The primary objective of this paper is to propose a corpus-based methodology for comparing quantitative aspects of lexical patterning in translated and non-translated texts of the same language. This study focuses on diversity of collocational patterns and examines the overall number of collocates for a given node in translated and non-translated texts as well as their tendency to converge around specific collocates. The analysis uses a comparable corpus of Brazilian Portuguese which consists of two separate subcorpora: one made up of translated Brazilian Portuguese and the other consisting of texts which have been originally written in Brazilian Portuguese.

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