Join us as EasyCorpus language detective to explore the data (grammar and vocabulary) in the English language using a 3-Step process.
This is called Easy Corpus data driven learning.
Guess the meaning in context on your own - i.e. guess an approximate definition/meaning and answer the Language Detective boxes.
Look into a dictionary - online or offline for exact meaning in the context given and update the Language Detective boxes again.
Update the Language Detective boxes for the final time after input from the learning community.
The learning content is aligned to current academic research and findings, and the technological facet certainly facilitate engagement not only in the language aspects but also address critical thinking elements of learning language. This is where EasyCorpus differentiates itself... Read moreAssoc. Prof. Dr Sakina Sofia Baharom, Vice Chancellor, UNITAR International University
You have done a commendable job of undertaking, implementing and evaluating a bold, complex and innovative project - and the result is a professional-looking website...You have put a huge creative effort... into developing a truly innovative language-learning tool that I believe has great potential. Hats off to you.Dr Richard Pemberton, Masters' Dissertation Supervisor, Marker 1, The University of Nottingham, UK
This dissertation is a record of what is clearly a considerable achievement in terms of online corpus website design...a testament to your enthusiasm for corpus linguistics and your ability to turn this into something practical. It is clear the corpus project itself is a considerable achievement and you should be commended on the design of EasyCorpus...Dr Jane Evison, Masters' Dissertation Supervisor, Marker 2, The University of Nottingham, UK