Word combinations of English in academic writing

Öz Please fill up the following information accurately. (Please use Times New Roman, 12 pt. Word combinations of English in academic writing Collocations, no matter where to use them, are an important linguistic issue if it is native fluency that is longed for in academic writing. In line with that, the present study aimed at increasing the awareness against the importance of collocations in order to have native fluency in academic writing; making some suggestions regarding involvement of collocations in academic texts, and creating a practicable list of collocations to be used especially in research articles by non-native writers of English. A hundred research articles written in English in the field of ELT by native speakers of English made up the data of the present study. The data were analysed and the collocations were categorized. The categorized collocations were enhanced through collocations dictionaries to be able to create a comprehensive list of collocations. The findings showed that native speakers heavily rely on collocations while writing academic texts. Also, the literature provided compelling evidence regarding the close relation between native fluency in academic texts and correct collocation use.      Information about Author(s)* Author 1 Author (Last name, First name)  Demir, Cüneyt Affiliated institution (University)  Siirt University Country  Turkey Email address  ardgelen@hotmail.comDepartment & Rank   Corresponding author (Yes/No) Write only one corresponding author.  Yes Author 2 Author (Last name, First name)   Affiliated institution (University)   Country   Email address   Department & Rank   Corresponding author (Yes/No)   Author 3 Author (Last name, First name)   Affiliated institution (University)   Country   Email address   Department & Rank   Corresponding author (Yes/No)   Author 4 Author (Last name, First name)   Affiliated institution (University)   Country   Email address   Department & Rank   Corresponding author (Yes/No)    

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Bibtex @araştırma makalesi { jlls527895, journal = {Journal of Language and Linguistic Studies}, issn = {1305-578X}, address = {}, publisher = {Hacettepe Üniversitesi}, year = {2018}, volume = {14}, pages = {293 - 327}, doi = {}, title = {Word combinations of English in academic writing}, key = {cite}, author = {Demi̇r, Cüneyt} }
APA Demi̇r, C . (2018). Word combinations of English in academic writing . Journal of Language and Linguistic Studies , 14 (1) , 293-327 . Retrieved from https://dergipark.org.tr/tr/pub/jlls/issue/43213/527895
MLA Demi̇r, C . "Word combinations of English in academic writing" . Journal of Language and Linguistic Studies 14 (2018 ): 293-327 <https://dergipark.org.tr/tr/pub/jlls/issue/43213/527895>
Chicago Demi̇r, C . "Word combinations of English in academic writing". Journal of Language and Linguistic Studies 14 (2018 ): 293-327
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Vancouver Demi̇r C . Word combinations of English in academic writing. Journal of Language and Linguistic Studies. 2018; 14(1): 293-327.