[lg policy] Fwd: Prof seeks Corpus of writing/speech by non-native English speakers

erdal ayan davutlu60 at YAHOO.COM
Sun Sep 25 20:46:09 UTC 2011


Dear Colleages,

As far as I am concerned, but not totally sure, following corpuses were designed by non/native speakers and may include what you are looking for. However, I am certain that IDEA's database is including some speech/transcriptions and collections by non-native speakers. Perhaps, it is better you have a look at their scope/contend by yourself.

MICASE (Michigan Corpus of Academic Spoken English): http://quod.lib.umich.edu/m/micase/
ICE (International Corpus of English): http://ice-corpora.net/ice/
VOICE (Vienna-Oxford International Corpus of English):http://www.univie.ac.at/voice/
IDEA (International Dialects of English Archive): http://web.ku.edu/~idea/

Best...

 

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>From: Miriam E Ebsworth <mee1 at nyu.edu>
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>Date: Sun, Sep 25, 2011 at 12:16 PM
>Subject: Prof seeks Corpus of writing/speech by non-native English speakers
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>Cc: davise at cs.nyu.edu
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>Dear Colleagues,
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>I received the following inquiry from my colleageu, Ernest Davis
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>davise at cs.nyu.edu  
>Re:Corpus of writing/speech by non-native English speakers
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>"Do you know of any corpus of either English texts written by non-native speakers, studying English as a second language, or transcribed speech, by the same? Preferably a collection that includes speakers with a number of different native languages (e.g. some Spanish, some Russian, some Chinese, etc.) A student of mine is looking for a collection of these kinds of texts in connection with a research project she wants to do.
>Thanks,
>Ernie"
>Ernest Davis
>Professor of Computer Science
>New York University
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>Thank you for replying to Dr. Davis as well as the list.
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>Best,
>Miriam
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