19.2346, Qs: Italian Corpora

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Subject: 19.2346, Qs: Italian Corpora

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Date: 23-Jul-2008
From: Richard Sproat < rws at uiuc.edu >
Subject: Italian Corpora

 

	
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From: Richard Sproat [rws at uiuc.edu]
Subject: Italian Corpora
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Does anyone know of a freely available large (preferably >100M word) corpus
of Italian? Either the corpus itself, or a word list containing all word
forms in the corpus would be useful.  Genre is unimportant, though a corpus
that contains at least some literary works would be preferable.

--Richard Sproat 

Linguistic Field(s): Text/Corpus Linguistics






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