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LINGUIST List 18.957

Thu Mar 29 2007

Qs: Lexicons Sought; Participate in 'Corpus Escrito Del Español L2'

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        1.    Leonid Chindelevitch, Lexicons Sought
        2.    Cristóbal Lozano, Participate in 'Corpus Escrito Del Español L2'


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Message 1: Lexicons Sought
Date: 25-Mar-2007
From: Leonid Chindelevitch <leonidusmit.edu>
Subject: Lexicons Sought


I am looking for monolingual lexicons in text or database format, for
Germanic languages (mainly English, German and Dutch). I need them for a
project in computational linguistics, and I prefer to have something free
(although I am willing to pay a small amount for a good quality lexicon).

I need the size to be at least 50,000 words in their citation (dictionary)
form. Additional indications, such as parts of speech, or properties like
[in]transitivity, gender, etc, would be desirable, but not necessary.
Thanks in advance for any information you can provide!

Linguistic Field(s): General Linguistics

Message 2: Participate in 'Corpus Escrito Del Español L2'
Date: 25-Mar-2007
From: Cristóbal Lozano <clozan2yahoo.com>
Subject: Participate in 'Corpus Escrito Del Español L2'


What's 'CEDEL2'?
- CEDEL2 (Corpus Escrito del Español L2) is a research project at the
Universidad Autónoma de Madrid and the Universidad de Granada (Spain).
- We are investigating how English-speaking people learn Spanish.

Who Can Participate?
- Learners of Spanish who have English as their mother tongue: any level
(beginner, intermediate, advanced).
- Native speakers of Spanish.

How Can You Participate?
- You are requested to fill in three online and anonymous forms about
Spanish language at:
http://www.uam.es/woslac/start.htm


WHAT CAN YOU GET FROM IT?
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- Learners: you will be emailed the Spanish grammar test results, so you
can know your level of Spanish grammar.
- We will send you by post a printed certificate (stamped by the
Universidad Autónoma de Madrid) stating that you have participated in our
project.


WHO HAS ALREADY PARTICIPATED?
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So far, we have received data from different institutions all over the
world, e.g.,:
- USA: Georgia State University, University of Wisconsin at Madison, Boston
University, Skidmore Collegue, Rutgers University, George Washington
University.
- UK: Open University, Cambridge University UK, Essex University,
University of Hertfordshire, St Paul's School London, King's College London.
- SPAIN: Universidad Autonoma de Madrid, St Louis University at Madrid,
Fundacion Ortega y Gasset at Madrid and Toledo, Escuela Oficial de Idiomas,
Universidad de Cantabria.


REMEMBER:
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- This is NOT an exam.
- You will NOT be assessed.
- We are simply interested in your SPONTANEOUS written Spanish language.
- All information is ANONYMOUS and CONFIDENTIAL.


PARTICIPATE in CEDEL2 now: http://www.uam.es/woslac/start.htm

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Cristóbal Lozano & Amaya Mendikoetxea
Universidad de Granada & Universidad Autónoma de Madrid (Spain)

Linguistic Field(s): Language Acquisition


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