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kleiberi [III. Network of Lexemes Referring to Grammatical Phenomena]
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kleiberi [II. A Network of Evaluative Terms Associated with Verbal Hygiene]
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 Verbal hygiene refers to active practices of modifying, filtering and evaluating normative language use. Verbal hygiene refers to active practices of modifying, filtering and evaluating normative language use.
  
-We will annotate and analyse these expressions in the corpus texts. It is assumed that, in particular, prescriptive grammars contain a considerable number of evaluative ​expressions that show the authors'​ attitudes towards language use and other grammars.\\+We will annotate and analyse these expressions in the corpus texts. It is assumed that, in particular, prescriptive grammars contain a considerable number of expressions that show the authors'​ attitudes towards language use and other grammars.\\
  
 Especially in the 18th and 19th centuries, many authors complain about "bad English"​ by enumerating instances of ungrammatical utterances. This is usually opposed by normative statements which list rules for and examples of the "​good"​ or "​proper"​ use of the language. These and similar expressions will be marked and examined. Especially in the 18th and 19th centuries, many authors complain about "bad English"​ by enumerating instances of ungrammatical utterances. This is usually opposed by normative statements which list rules for and examples of the "​good"​ or "​proper"​ use of the language. These and similar expressions will be marked and examined.