Table of Contents Formulaic language: Setting the scene - Anna Siyanova-Chanturia and Ana Pellicer-Sanchez I. Cognitive and psycholinguistic perspectives on formulaic language 1. Acquisition of formulaic language from a usage-based perspective - Stefanie Wulff 2. What on-line processing tells us about formulaic language - Anna Siyanova-Chanturia and Diana Van Lancker Sidtis 3. First language influence on the processing of formulaic language in a second language - Kathy Conklin and Gareth Carrol 4. Formulaic language and speech prosody - Phoebe Lin II. Socio-cultural and pragmatic perspectives on formulaic language 5. Formulaic language in second language pragmatics research - Kathleen Bardovi-Harlig 6. Humour and formulaic language in second language learning - Nancy Bell and Stephen Skalicky 7. Formulaic language and its place in intercultural pragmatics - Istvan Kecskes III. Pedagogical perspectives on formulaic language 8. Pedagogical approaches to the teaching and learning of formulaic language - Ana Pellicer-Sanchez and Frank Boers 9. Testing formulaic language - Henrik Gyllstad and Norbert Schmitt 10. From corpus to CALL: The use of technology in teaching and learning formulaic language - Tom Cobb 11. Formulaic language in English for Academic Purposes - Phil Durrant 12. Formulaic sequences in learner corpora: Collocations and lexical bundles - Sylviane Granger 13. Concluding question: Why don't second language learners more proactively target formulaic sequences? - Alison Wray
Anna Siyanova-Chanturia is Senior Lecturer in Applied Linguistics at Victoria University of Wellington, New Zealand. Ana Pellicer-Sanchez is Senior Lecturer in Applied Linguistics and TESOL at the UCL Institute of Education, UK.