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Educational Writing direction is designed for college students embarking on extra reports during the medium of English. This winning direction is acceptable for college students at Cambridge First certificates point and above.

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But not in English no doubt (cf. Simon-Vandenbergen this volume). . This collocation can also have other uses, though – see below. 8 (502-563) Pieter Byloo, Richard Kastein and Jan Nuyts (6) [Dobby begon] zichzelf met Harry’s bureaulamp op het hoofd te slaan. Beneden viel een stilte. Twee tellen later hoorde Harry [. . ] oom Herman de gang opstormen. ’ riep hij. (PD: 17) “[Dobby] seized Harry’s desk lamp and started beating himself around the head [. . ]. A sudden silence fell downstairs. Two seconds later Harry [.

CGN: fv400043) “Due to the fact that we have answered yes here, we certainly cannot get there”. As Dirven (1973) and Elffers (2000) have already pointed out, Dutch zeker can also express a weaker epistemic value, albeit one which comes closer to (high) probability. 11 It is not very frequent in Dutch either. 7% of the maximal number of epistemic cases in the Dutch data). 12 . e. Potter English), ‘PD’ (Potter Dutch), BNC or CGN – PE and PD are accompanied by the page number in the printed books, BNC and CGN by the name of the transcript in these corpora from which the example is drawn, BNC moreover by the position within that transcript.

G. ). Since many of the instances are ambiguous, in the analyses below we will distinguish between minimal and maximal counts: the minimal counts only include unambiguous cases of a category, while the maximal counts also include the ambiguous instances. . The analysis The Harry Potter data invite at least two preliminary remarks: i. The fact that Dutch zeker occurs nearly two and a half times as often as English certainly suggests that the former is used much more systematically – hence possibly in more different ways – than the latter.

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