Le corpus de français parlé à Bruxelles: origines, hypothèses, développements et prédictions

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This paper consists of an introduction of the new corpus of French as spoken in
Brussels (CFPB) the initial phase of which has been fund by the BA/Leverhulme
Small Research Grant Application: SG121252 Discourse on the city: Corpus of
French as spoken in Brussels. We present here in turn: (1) the background of
French in Brussels, (2) our research hypotheses and (3) their impact on the study
design, We then mention (4) potential exploitations of the data collected before
suggestions (5) future avenues for research.

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Translated title of the contributionThe Corpus de français parlé à Bruxelles : : origins, hypotheses, developments and predictions
Original languageFrench
Number of pages22
JournalCahiers AFLS
Volume21
Issue number1
Publication statusPublished - 31 Dec 2017

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    Keywords

  • spoken French , Brussels, corpus , multilingualism , French-speaking urban centre

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