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Query:   Spanish word frequency corpora
Author:  Rochelle Newman
Submitter Email:  click here to access email
Linguistic LingField(s):   Text/Corpus Linguistics

Summary:   A WEEK OR TWO AGO I SENT AN EMAIL ASKING FOR WORD FREQUENCY CORPORA FOR SPANISH, PREFERRABLY ELECTRONIC. I WANT TO THANK EVERYONE WHO RESPONDED TO MY REQUEST; I GREATLY APPRECIATE IT. IN CASE OTHERS COULD BENEFIT FROM THIS SAME INFORMATION, I'VE SUMMARIZED THE RESULTS BELOW.

FIRST, THERE IS A WEB SITE THAT LISTS A NUMBER OF THESE CORPORA:

HTTP://WWW.SWAN.AC.UK/CALS/CALSRES/ENCYCLOPEDIA/FREQUENCY_SPANISH.HTM


I ALSO RECEIVED SUGGESTIONS OF A FEW OTHERS NOT LISTED ON THAT SITE:

ENRÍQUEZ, E. 1984. EL PRONOMBRE PERSONAL SUJETO EN LA LENGUA ESPAÑOLA HABLADA EN MADRID. MADRID: COONSEJO SUPERIOR DE INVESTIGACIONES CIENTÍFICAS


OTHER CORPORA ARE AVAILABLE OVER THE WEB AT THE FOLLOWING WEB PAGES:

HTTP://WWW.CORPUSDELESPANOL.ORG/X.ASP?OK=Y

HTTP://WWW.LSI.UPC.ES/~PADRO/HOME-ANGLES.HTML


HTTP://WWW.LLLF.UAM.ES/CORPUS/CORPUS_LEE.HTML#A


ALSO, MARCIAL TERRADEZ GURREA HAS A LIST OF SPANISH HIGH FREQUENCY WORDS THAT IS SOON TO BE PUBLISHED.

AGAIN, THANKS TO EVERYONE WHO RESPONDED TO MY EARLIER QUESTION!


ROCHELLE NEWMAN
ASSISTANT PROFESSOR
DEPT. OF HEARING & SPEECH SCIENCES
HTTP://WWW.BSOS.UMD.EDU/HESP/NEWMAN/NEWMAN.HTML

LL Issue: 14.3542
Date Posted: 09-Dec-2003
Original Query: Read original query