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http://e-flt.nus.edu.sg/ Electronic Journal of Foreign Language Teaching 2018, Vol. 15, No. 2, pp. 407–409 © Centre for Language Studies National University of Singapore Review of “Doing Corpus Linguistics” Title Doing Corpus Linguistics Authors William J. Crawford & Eniko Csomay Year of Publication 2016 ISBN 978-1-138-02461-8No. of Pages xii + 163Place of Publication New York Publisher Routledge Reviewed by Merhdad Vasheghani Farahani (Leipzig University, Germany) Corpus is defined as “a large collection of authentic texts that have been gathered in electronic form according to a specific set of criteria” (Bowker & Pearson, p. 9). These days, research in the field of Corpus Linguistics is expanding, thanks to the availability of fast and strong computer software. For this reason, every year, new books are being published and more and more research is being carried out in this area of research. Among the many sources produced in this area of inquiry, a very recent one is the book title...