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Academic Word List

Academic Word List


The AWL was created by Averil Coxhead in New Zealand. To see the complete AWL look at Coxhead's website.

To create the AWL, Coxhead first of all made a corpus i.e. a computerised collection, of over 400 written academic texts, equalling about 3.5 million words in total. Coxhead used a range of different types of texts: journal articles, www articles and university textbooks, covering 28 different subject areas from 4 disciplines: arts, commerce, law and science.

She counted how frequently and how widely different words were used. She then selected the core academic vocabulary. She included on the list only the words which appeared at least 100 times in the corpus as a whole and at least ten times in each of the four disciplines. A word that was found frequently in law texts but rarely in science texts, for example, was not included.

As a result, the 570 words on the Academic Word List are valuable for all students preparing for academic study, whether they are planning to follow a course in Medicine, Computer Systems Engineering, Architecture or European Law. If you are planning to continue your studies in English, this list will help you.



Grammar and Writing Guide

Grammar and Writing Guide
 

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