Linguistic Corpora at the HZSK Repository

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Faroese Danish Corpus Hamburg 0.2.dan (FADAC-0.2.dan Hamburg)

Audio recordings of semi-structured interviews with bilingual speakers (aged 16-89 years) from various geographical areas on the Faroe Islands. For 37 of the 56 subjects there are recordings in both their L1 Faroese and their L2 Danish. Only the Danish data is available.

Language: Danish

License: HZSK-RES (restricted)

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Hamburg Corpus of Argentinean Spanish (HaCASpa)

Audio and video recordings of experimental/read and spontaneous speech from adult speakers of Porteño Spanish in Argentina. Speakers are 18-69 years old and from two geographic areas. For the intonational experiments, there are audio recordings only, whereas some of the free interviews and map tasks feature video recordings. The material used as stimuli in the experiments is available with references encoded in the transcriptions.

Language: Spanish

License: HZSK-RES (restricted)

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http://hdl.handle.net/11022/0000-0000-535D-B
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Rehbein-ENDFAS/Rehbein-SKOBI-Korpus

Audio recordings of evocative field experiments (picture story, retelling, spontaneous discourse etc.) with Turkish/German bilingual children and monolingual Turkish / monolingual German children as control data.

Language: German, Turkish

License: HZSK-RES (restricted)

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