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Corpora at the Department of Languages and Literatures

Our researchers and doctoral students have compiled a number of corpora that may be used for further research by undergraduates and researchers at the department. If you are interested in using these corpora for your thesis or research, please contact the person appointed.

English
French
Dutch
Swedish
German

English

The English-Swedish Parallel Corpus (ESPC)

Description: Original texts and their translations into Swedish (English to Swedish and Swedish to English)
Size: 2.8 million words
Contact person: For access: Anna-Lena Fredriksson, espc@sprak.gu.se. Other questions: Karin Aijmer

SWICLE

Description: The Swedish component of International Corpus of Learner English (ICLE)
Source: Essays written by advanced learners of English
Contact person: Karin Aijmer

SWE-LINDSEI

Description: The Swedish component of Louvain International Database of Spoken English Interlanguage (LINDSEI)
Size: 50 interviews (appr. 50 000 tokens)
Contact persons: Karin Aijmer

French

Corpus Parallèle Français Suédois (CPSF), 2.8 million words

Contact: Mårten Ramnäs

Publications:

  • Étude contrastive du verbe suédois 'få' dans un corpus parallèle suédois-français
    Mårten Ramnäs
  • Quelques constructions causatives en suédois, français et italien. Étude contrastive
    Mårten Ramnäs
  • Some remarks on the modal use of the Swedish verb få in a Swedish-French perspective
    Mårten Ramnäs
  • Une étude contrastive sur l'emploi modal du verbe suédois få
    Mårten Ramnäs
  • Om en svensk-fransk parallellkorpus. Nytta och tillämpningar
    Mårten Ramnäs, Pauli Kortteinen
  • Kausativa verb i svenskt-franskt och franskt-svenskt kontrastivt perspektiv
    Mårten Ramnäs
  • Att använda SAG - 29 uppsatser om Svenska Akademiens grammatik (MISS 33), Kapitel i bok 2000
    Mårten Ramnäs

Corpus Contrastif Suédois Français (CCSF), 2.9 million words

Contact: Mårten Ramnäs

Publications:

  • Paraître och sembler - Två franska verb i fransk-svensk kontrastiv belysning
    Lars Lindvall, Mårten Ramnäs
  • Varsågoda: en Corpus Contrastif Suédois-Français
    Mårten Ramnäs

Corpus Langues Romanes Comparées (CLRC), 2.4 million words

Contact: Mårten Ramnäs

Publications:

  • Un nouveau corpus de textes alignés en série: Corpus Langues Romanes Comparées (CLRC) (forthcoming)
    Mårten Ramnäs

Dutch

Digitaal Compilatiecorpus Historisch Nederlands (’Digital Compilation Corpus Historical Dutch’)

The corpus is a balanced sample of historical original texts written in Dutch between 1250 and 2000.
Size: 600 000 words
Homepage: http://www.eviecousse.be/compilationcorpus.htm
Contact person: Evie Coussé

Publications:
Coussé, Evie (2010): Een digitaal compilatiecorpus historisch Nederlands. In: Lexikos 20: 123-142 [pdf]

Swedish

The "Offside" corpus (football language)

Source: Ten annual volumes of the journal "Offside" 2000-2009
Size: 1 769 463 words in running text
Annotation: (i) writer, (ii) title and (iii) volume (including the year)
Contact person: Gunnar Bergh

German

Siberian German Corpus

Siberian German is transcribed German spoken of about 36 000 people in the region of Krasnoyarsk in Siberia (Russia). The corpus consists of about 34 000 words. Russian words and all verb forms are annotated (Russian words and hybrids are given in brackets; verb forms have the attribute FINIT or INFINIT). The SGC has been achieved in cooperation with the Astafyev University in Krasnoyarsk.

Siberian German women

The corpus consists of dialogs between four women born in 1927 to 1937 in the Soviet Volga Republic. Their mother tongue is a German variety spoken in Russia since the second half of the 18th century. Since the end of the Second World War, the women have lived in the region of Krasnoyarsk. They talk about their backgrounds and their everyday lives in the village. The corpus consists of about 16 000 words. Russian words and hybrids are given in [brackets], the turns of the interviewers are in {brackets}; all verb forms have got the attribute FINIT or INFINIT. More information on the research project see Syntax in contact.


 

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