Bethany Gray
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Challenging stereotypes about academic writing: Complexity, elaboration, explicitness
D Biber, B Gray
Journal of English for Academic Purposes 9 (1), 2-20, 2010
4112010
Should we use characteristics of conversation to measure grammatical complexity in L2 writing development?
D Biber, B Gray, K Poonpon
Tesol Quarterly 45 (1), 5-35, 2011
4052011
Grammatical complexity in academic English: Linguistic change in writing
D Biber, B Gray
Cambridge University Press, 2016
1532016
Grammatical change in the noun phrase: The influence of written language use
D Biber, B Gray
English Language & Linguistics 15 (2), 223-250, 2011
1312011
Current conceptions of stance
B Gray, D Biber
Stance and voice in written academic genres, 15-33, 2012
1142012
Predicting patterns of grammatical complexity across language exam task types and proficiency levels
D Biber, B Gray, S Staples
Applied Linguistics 37 (5), 639-668, 2016
1102016
DISCOURSE CHARACTERISTICS OF WRITING AND SPEAKING TASK TYPES ON THE TOEFL IBT« TEST: A LEXICO‐GRAMMATICAL ANALYSIS
D Biber, B Gray
ETS Research Report Series 2013 (1), i-128, 2013
992013
Academic writing development at the university level: Phrasal and clausal complexity across level of study, discipline, and genre
S Staples, J Egbert, D Biber, B Gray
Written Communication 33 (2), 149-183, 2016
892016
Being specific about historical change: The influence of sub-register
D Biber, B Gray
Journal of English Linguistics 41 (2), 104-134, 2013
762013
On the use of demonstrative pronouns and determiners as cohesive devices: A focus on sentence-initial this/these in academic prose
B Gray
Journal of English for Academic Purposes 9 (3), 167-183, 2010
692010
Lexical frames in academic prose and conversation
B Gray, D Biber
International Journal of Corpus Linguistics 18 (1), 109-136, 2013
662013
Linguistic variation in research articles
B Gray
John Benjamins Publishing Company, 2015
632015
Perception vs. evidence: An analysis of this and these in academic prose
B Gray, V Cortes
English for Specific Purposes 30 (1), 31-43, 2011
502011
Nominalizing the verb phrase in academic science writing
D Biber, B Gray
The verb phrase in English: Investigating recent language change withá…, 2013
422013
Exploring academic writing through corpus linguistics: When discipline tells only part of the story
BE Gray
Northern Arizona University, 2011
412011
Pay attention to the phrasal structures: Going beyond T-units—A response to WeiWei Yang
D Biber, B Gray, K Poonpon
Tesol Quarterly 47 (1), 192-201, 2013
402013
More than discipline: uncovering multi-dimensional patterns of variation in academic research articles
B Gray
Corpora 8 (2), 153-181, 2013
262013
Variationist versus text-linguistic approaches to grammatical change in English: Nominal modifiers of head nouns
D Biber, J Egbert, B Gray, R Oppliger, B Szmrecsanyi, M Kyto, P Pahta
Cambridge Handbooks in Language and Linguistics, 351-375, 2016
242016
8 Stance markers
B Gray, D Biber
Corpus pragmatics: A handbook, 219, 2014
232014
Phraseology
B Gray, DE Biber
The Cambridge handbook of English corpus linguistics, 125-145, 2015
222015
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