[Lingtyp] Glossed corpora of languages w/o grammaticalized definiteness marking
Kilu von Prince
kilu.von.prince at hu-berlin.de
Fri Jun 7 03:31:54 EDT 2019
depending on exactly what you mean by "no grammaticalised definiteness
marking" your advisee might want to look at my Daakaka corpus. It contains
over 6400 annotation units (68k tokens) that are completely glossed, pos
tagged and translated into English. I currently have an easily accessible
version on the ANNIS platform and would be happy to share the login details
with your advisee if you put us in touch.
All the best,
On Thu, Jun 6, 2019 at 10:02 PM Bohnemeyer, Juergen <jb77 at buffalo.edu>
> 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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Dr. Kilu von Prince
Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin
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