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An interim solution to their pedagogicalization is suggested in the conclusion. Once satisªed that the English and French lists were more or less comparable, as signaled by a cessation of anomaly reports from users and research assistants, we shifted our focus from the lists themselves to the comparison of the lexical frequency proªles of English and French that the lists made possible. 6. Preliminary investigation of French proªles A large bilingual and multi-generic corpus analysis such as that provided by Coxhead (2000) for English will eventually be required to complete the investigation we are beginning.
60% 0-1000 [7 types 7 tokens]: communication discussion déclarer imaginer opinion proposer 1001-2000 [17 types 17 tokens]: affirmer analyser conclusion confirmer consistent contexte définir hypothèse impliquer interprétation justifier logique observer percevoir prouver rejeter évidence 2001-3000 [11 types 11 tokens]: abstrait ambigu concrète contradiction démonstration généraliser nier paradoxe symbolise théorie valide Off list [8 types 8 tokens]: assertion concept douter inférer promesse spécifier statu équivalent Figure 4.
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Vocabulary in a Second Language: Selection, Acquisition, and Testing by Alice Deignan