LINGUIST List 11.2070

Thu Sep 28 2000

Qs: 16th Century French, Russian Corpora

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  1. Pat Lauze, French of the 16th century
  2. Lela nozadze, russian corpora

Message 1: French of the 16th century

Date: Tue, 26 Sep 2000 23:32:20 -0400
From: Pat Lauze <pat_lauzevideotron.ca>
Subject: French of the 16th century


Hi,


Does anyone know where I could find phonetic transcriptions,
or any kind of "pronunciation guide" of french of the 
16th century?

thanks...
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Message 2: russian corpora

Date: Thu, 28 Sep 2000 15:24:46 +0200
From: Lela nozadze <lelaspeech.kth.se>
Subject: russian corpora

	I am an Georgian student of russian language and I'm looking
	for a tagged corpora of Russian text available?
	Do you know where I can find this?
	Please help me, I hope to receive a prompt reply.
	
	Thank you for your attention.
	

	
	
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