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LINGUIST List 18.44

Tue Jan 09 2007

Qs: TSNLP in English and German/Materials for Teaching Legal English

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        1.    Karen FORT, TSNLP in English and German?
        2.    Nick Endacott, Materials & Websites for Teaching Legal English


Message 1: TSNLP in English and German?
Date: 08-Jan-2007
From: Karen FORT <karen.fortloria.fr>
Subject: TSNLP in English and German?


Hi,

Can somebody help me find the TSNLP (Test Suite for NLP) in English and German?

Thank you!


Karen FORT

Linguistic Field(s): Computational Linguistics

Message 2: Materials & Websites for Teaching Legal English
Date: 08-Jan-2007
From: Nick Endacott <N.M.Endacottqmul.ac.uk>
Subject: Materials & Websites for Teaching Legal English


I am with a team currently setting up in-sessional EAP support classes for
students doing Masters Degrees in Law. We are looking to devise courses to
develop Written & Spoken Legal Communication Skills, but without relying on
any one specific coursebook. As such, I would be very grateful for any
recommendations for materials & sources, and particularly for useful
websites we might be able to make use of in our courses. Websites offering
self-access work and/or information on legal communication in English for
students would also be very useful indeed. Naturally I will collate any
replies and recommendations and post them on the list here.

Many thanks indeed,
Nick

Linguistic Field(s): Applied Linguistics

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