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Linguistic discrimination. LAGB - Linguistics Association of Great Britain. All Things Linguistic. Interactive Sagittal Section 2.0. Pink Trombone. All Things Linguistic. How to make your own corpus. Endonym Map: World Map of Country Names in Their Local Languages. Language corpus management and query system. Sketch Engine is the ultimate tool for linguists, lexicographers, translators, students and teachers to search for information about more than 80 languages.

language corpus management and query system

It is a first choice solution for publishers, universities, translators, translation agencies and national language institutes throughout the world. Using multi-billion word samples of authentic text, called corpora (sing. corpus), Sketch Engine’s unique algorithms identify instantly what is frequent and typical in language and what is rare, unusual or emerging usage and will present the results in an easy to understand format.

Unlike text search tools, Sketch Engine can determine parts of speech (noun, adjective, verb…) and grammatical categories (singular/plural, present/past, passive…) making it possible to quickly look up specific word combinations or even grammatical structures.


Language & Linguistics. Word map. World Atlas of Language Structures. Other linguistics stuff. Mags. Words use across age. Blogs. Institutes/Societies. Language. Research. Glossologics. A blog about linguistics and language, with the occasional satirical article thrown in. A celebration of linguistic creativity. All Things Linguistic. Cognitive linguistics. 28 tips for doing better in your Intro Linguistics course. Just in time for back to school, here are some tips for doing better on your linguistics assignments from someone who’s marked a few hundred of them over the years.

28 tips for doing better in your Intro Linguistics course

General: 1. Read the question. The easiest mistake to fix: if the question says circle the error and fix it, make sure you do both, or if the question asks for three examples, make sure you give three and not two or four. If the question asks for a transcription, don’t give a translation, and so on. Verner's Law, Part 1 of 3. Jubilee : Linguistics - An Interdisciplinary Journal of the Language Sciences. 15 Signs That You Study Linguistics.


Developing Linguistic Corpora: a Guide to Good Practice. Preface Martin Wynne (AHDS Literature, Languages and Linguistics, University of Oxford, UK) Chapter 1Corpus and Text: Basic PrinciplesJohn Sinclair (Tuscan Word Centre) Chapter 2Adding Linguistic AnnotationGeoffrey Leech (Lancaster University) Chapter 3Metadata for Corpus WorkLou Burnard (University of Oxford) Chapter 4Character Encoding in Corpus ConstructionAnthony McEnery and Richard Xiao (Lancaster University) Chapter 5Spoken Language CorporaPaul Thompson (University of Reading) Chapter 6Archiving, Distribution and PreservationMartin Wynne (University of Oxford) Appendix to chapter one: How to make a corpusJohn Sinclair (Tuscan Word Centre) Bibliography.

Developing Linguistic Corpora: a Guide to Good Practice

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Songs. What is Corpus Linguistics. Sociolinguistics. Videos. The Language Archive at the Max Planck Institute for Psycholinguistics. 6032.pdf. Linguistics Girl. So you know a linguist. All Things Linguistic., holics, and thons.pdf. Linguistics Journal, The. Intro to Linguistics: Phonetics. We often reference the various fields of linguistics, so we thought we should finally take some time to briefly explain what each of them encompasses.

Intro to Linguistics: Phonetics

In the coming weeks, we'll be discussing the main fields our new Intro to Linguistics series. We'll be starting the series with phonetics. Phonetics is the branch of linguistics that studies the physical properties of speech sounds. In general, phoneticians don't focus on the meaning of the sounds, as that is considered a part of phonology, which we'll discuss next time. Instead, phonetics is all about the sounds you make, how you make them, and how they are received by a listener.

There are three basic areas of study in the field of phonetics. Articulatory phonetics This is the study of how speech is produced. Acoustic phonetics Just as you might guess, this is the study of the transmission of speech from speaker to listener. Auditory phonetics The field of phonetics has many practical applications in everyday life. RSA Animate - Language as a Window into Human Nature.

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How Language Works (Edition 3.0): Table of Contents.