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LINGUIST List 22.290

Mon Jan 17 2011

Sum: Spoken French Word List by Frequency

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        1.     Arno Bramann-Bernard , Spoken French Word List by Frequency

Message 1: Spoken French Word List by Frequency
Date: 14-Jan-2011
From: Arno Bramann-Bernard <abram017uottawa.ca>
Subject: Spoken French Word List by Frequency
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Query for this summary posted in LINGUIST Issue: 22.183
Recently I submitted a Query to the list titled "Spoken French Word List
by Frequency." Here are the suggestions I got from the members.
Thank you all for your help!

- Arno Bramann

Gougenheim, G. and R. Michéa, P. Rivenc, A. Sauvageot. 1964.
'L'élaboration du français fondamental' [The elaboration of Basic
French]. Paris: Didier.

1930s-Helen Eaton [5 languages], from written texts.
The Corpora List (available via LINGUIST List)

"Lexical frequency of contemporary Canadian French based on a large
corpus" by Martin Beaudoin and Michel Simard in Wilson, A., Rayson,
P. and McEnery, T. (eds.) (2003) A Rainbow of Corpora: Corpus
Linguistics and the Languages of the World. Lincom-Europa, München.
ISBN 3 89586 872 8. Linguistics Edition 40. 174 pp.

C-ORAL-Rom (Cresti/Moneglia 2005) word-frequency lists for French,
Spanish, Portuguese and Italian - only European varieties.
Cresti, Emanuela / Moneglia, Massimo (eds.) (2005): C-ORAL-Rom.
Integrated reference corpora for spoken Romance languages.
Amsterdam: John Benjamins.

Database, frequency measures from film subtitles, therefore based on
oral French.
Linguistic Field(s): Language Acquisition
                            Text/Corpus Linguistics

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