LINGUIST List 11.687

Tue Mar 28 2000

Qs: Eng Pronunciation Survey, Non-Eng Corpora

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  1. Neil Wick, Survey: English pronunciation (takes 3 minutes)
  2. jre, Non-English tagged corpora

Message 1: Survey: English pronunciation (takes 3 minutes)

Date: Mon, 27 Mar 2000 15:19:23 -0800
From: Neil Wick <neil.wickutoronto.ca>
Subject: Survey: English pronunciation (takes 3 minutes)


I'm doing a web-based survey on an aspect of English pronunciation
variation. I would be grateful to the members of this list if
you could contribute with your own pronunciation preferences.

 It takes 2-3 minutes to complete. A report on the results
will be available at the end of this week. The address is:

http://languagestore.com/survey?ll

 (The "ll" is for Linguist List; I want to have the ability
to separate your replies from those of the general public if
it becomes necessary.) Responses by Wednesday night will be
included in the initial report; however, I will accept responses
after that also.

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Message 2: Non-English tagged corpora

Date: Tue, 28 Mar 2000 13:55:40 +0100 (BST)
From: jre <jrescs.leeds.ac.uk>
Subject: Non-English tagged corpora


Greetings all

Could anybody point me to the location of non-English tagged corpora.
Ideally, they will also be proof read as accuracy is important.
Although any languages will be useful, I am especially interested in
highly inflected languages like Latin.

John
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John Elliott
Centre for Computer Analysis of Language and Speech
University of Leeds
email: jrescs.leeds.ac.uk
phone: 0113 233 6827
Web-site http://www.scs.leeds.ac.uk/jre
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