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MiCase_Michigan Corpus of Academic Spoken English Online collection of transcripts of academic speeches presented at the University of Michigan (may also include some sound recordings of speeches). Intended for use in a research project examining the characteristics of academic speech.
The Corpus of Contemporary American English (COCA) is the largest freely-available corpus of English, and the only large and balanced corpus of American English. The corpus contains more than 450 million words of text and is equally divided among spoken, fiction, popular magazines, newspapers, and academic texts.
(ICE) began in 1990 with the primary aim of collecting material for comparative studies of English worldwide. Twenty-six research teams around the world are preparing electronic corpora of their own national or regional variety of English. Each ICE corpus consists of one million words of spoken and written English produced after 1989.
This database gathers 3037 individual texts comprising a complete record of Old English. Arranged as a contextual dictionary, words or word fragment searches lead to hits everywhere these appear in an OE text
Reference Books on English Corpora
Multi-modal Spoken Corpus Analysis by Svenja Adolphs; Ronald Carter
Call Number: Waldo General Stacks: P128.C68 A36 2013