[Lingtyp] Glossed corpora of languages w/o grammaticalized definiteness marking
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Thu Jun 6 17:25:46 EDT 2019
I don't know how many it adds up to in total, but the project on Negation
in Ob-Ugric and Samoyedic Languages has uploaded a lot of glossed texts,
with translations into English, German and sometimes also Russian.
I wish your advisee all the best with her work.
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Den fre 7 juni 2019 kl 06:21 skrev Miestamo, Matti M P <
matti.miestamo at helsinki.fi>:
> Dear Juergen,
> I believe our Skolt Saami Documentation Corpus might satisfy your
> criteria. It is available via the Language Bank of Finland, see
> https://www.kielipankki.fi/language-bank/ (or direct link to the corpus:
> Best wishes,
> Matti Miestamo
> > Bohnemeyer, Juergen <jb77 at buffalo.edu> kirjoitti 6.6.2019 kello 23.02:
> > Dear colleagues — An advisee of mine is looking for glossed texts to
> investigate the use of strategies alternative to grammaticalized
> definiteness marking. Basically, she’s trying to identify about half a
> dozen genealogically and areally unrelated languages each of which meets
> all of the following criteria:
> > 1. The language lacks grammaticalized definiteness marking.
> > 2. A text or corpus of texts is available for the language that has
> Leipzig-standard interlinear glosses and translations in English or Spanish.
> > 3. The text (corpus) comprises at least about 1000 clauses, but ideally
> twice that or more.
> > 4. The individual texts should be long-ish and their referring
> expressions shouldn’t be predominately proper names.
> > If you’re aware of a language so resourced, please let me know!
> > Many thanks! — Juergen
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