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Abstract

Abstract

This study aims to construct a corpus-informed list of Arabic Formulaic Sequences (ArFSs) for use in language pedagogy (LP) and Natural Language Processing (NLP) applications. A hybrid mixed methods model was adopted for extracting ArFSs from a corpus, that combined automatic and manual extracting methods, based on well-established quantitative and qualitative criteria that are relevant from the perspective of LP and NLP. The pedagogical implications of this list are examined to facilitate the inclusion of ArFSs in the process of learning and teaching Arabic, particularly for non-native speakers. The computational implications of the ArFSs list are related to the key role of the ArFSs as a novel language resource in the improvement of various Arabic NLP tasks.

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