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How can we best use technology to advance language learning and language analysis?


How can we take advantage of digital tools to streamline opportunities for language analysis and language learning based on real data?

As Nick C. Ellis (2019) wrote, language is the quintessence of distributed cognition. Language and usage are like the shoreline and the sea. Usage affects learning, and it affects languages, too.

If we want to understand language learning and use, we need to investigate language usage, its content, its participants, and its contexts.

Our research team has developed their expertise in the fields of corpus linguistics and applied linguistics. Established in 1994 at the University of Murcia, the Languages for specific purposes, language corpora, and English linguistics applied to knowledge engineering team can advise and offer solutions to companies, institutions and research teams that need to understand how language is used across varied registers of use.