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  • Julia Harding MW
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  • Julia Harding MW
24 Aug 2015

Corpus linguistics studies language on the basis of real-life sampling. An analysis of Telmo Rodriguez' narratives would highlight the frequency of the word 'beautiful', which seems to be particularly onomatopoeic when spoken in his slight and melodic Spanish accent. At a tasting of Remelluri wines in London, he declared, 'Rioja is beautiful'.…