LINGUIST List 4.549

Wed 14 Jul 1993

All: New Publications: Software

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MicroConcord, Mike Scott and Tim Johns. Manual written by Simon Murison Bowie.
 An MS-DOS concordance program for use with large texts of English or
 European languages. Oxford University Press. For information in the US,
 contact Athelstan at 1 800 598 3880. Outside the US contact OUP
 at +44 865 267979.
Corpus Collection A. (MS-DOS) One million words of text from the British
 Newspaper, the Independent. The text consists of five 200,000 word
 mini corpora: home news, foreign news, business news, arts, and sport.
 Oxford University Press. For information in the US, contact Athelstan
 at 1 800 598 3880. Outside the US contact OUP at +44 865 267979.
Corpus collection B. (MS-DOS) One million words of academic text divided into
 five 200,000 word mini corpora: physics and biology, medicine and
 psychology, history and law, the arts and religion, and philosophy.
 Oxford University Press. For information in the US, contact Athelstan at
 1 800 598 3880. Outside the US contact OUP at +44 865 267971.
Adam & Eve. An MS-DOS based text analysis and exercise generation program for
 language teaching. The exercises produced are based on polysemy, cohesion,
 sequencing, cloze and verb form. Oxford University Press in association
 with CoMet Verlag fur Unterrichssoftware. For information in the US,
 contact Athelstan at 1 800 598 3880. Outside the US contact OUP
 at +44 865 267979.
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