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LINGUIST List 17.644

Wed Mar 01 2006

Qs: Real-Time Study; Chinese Spoken Word Frequency

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        1.    Yoshiyuki Asahi, Real-Time Study
        2.    Zachary Sloane, Chinese Spoken Word Frequency


Message 1: Real-Time Study
Date: 01-Mar-2006
From: Yoshiyuki Asahi <yasahikokken.go.jp>
Subject: Real-Time Study


Dear linguists,

I am wondering if I can collect references on language change studies
based on real-time framework rather than apparent-time framework.

I would like to know any relevant studies either in sociolinguistics,
historical linguistics, contact linguistics or any other relevant areas
of linguistics.

I promise that I will post a summary when available.

Thank you in advance for your kind assistance.

Cheers,

Yoshiyuki Asahi
yasahikokken.go.jp

Linguistic Field(s): Historical Linguistics
                            Sociolinguistics

Message 2: Chinese Spoken Word Frequency
Date: 28-Feb-2006
From: Zachary Sloane <zac.sloanegmail.com>
Subject: Chinese Spoken Word Frequency


Does anyone know of a corpus (or summary of a corpus) of spoken Mandarin
that includes frequency data? I am interested in compiling a core spoken
vocabulary list for modern Chinese.

Thanks!

Zac

Linguistic Field(s): Computational Linguistics
                            Language Description
                            Text/Corpus Linguistics

Subject Language(s): Chinese, Mandarin (cmn)



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