L1 and L2 English Writers` Metadiscourse Use in the Argumentative Essays of English Newspapers
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The current study investigates the use of metadiscourse in L1 and L2 English writers’ argumentative essays, which appeared in the Op-Ed section of three English newspapers published in Korea. A corpus of 200 essays written by both groups (100 each) was analyzed by the model of Hyland (2004). The results exhibited that the density of the overall metadiscourse use in both sets of texts was similar, but the frequency, proportion and range of subcategories of metadiscourse varied. Of all the subcategories of interactive devices, transition and code glosses were most frequently used by both groups. When it comes to interactional markers, L1 writers employed more hedges, boosters, and attitude markers than L2 writers did. The difference between L1 writers and L2 writers in this regard was primarily in the use of self-mentions and engagement markers, with their comparatively higher frequency in Korean L2 writing.
  • 가격5,400
  • 페이지수19 페이지
  • 발행년2013
  • 학회명대한언어학회
  • 저자김세인 ( Se In Kim ) , 엄철주 ( Chul Joo Uhm )
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