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English. The DiDi corpus of South Tyrolean data of computer-mediated communication (CMC) is a multilingual sociolinguistic language corpus. It consists of around 600,000 tokens collected from 136 profiles of Facebook users residing in South Tyrol, Italy. In conformity with the multilingual situation of the territory, the main languages of the corpus are(More)
English. This paper describes an extended version of the KoKo corpus (version KoKo4, Dec 2015), a corpus of written German L1 learner texts from three different German-speaking regions in three different countries. The KoKo corpus is richly annotated with learner language features on different linguistic levels such as errors or other linguistic(More)
This paper introduces the project DiDi in which we collect and analyze German data of computer-mediated communication (CMC) written by internet users from the Italian province of Bolzano – South Tyrol. The project focuses on quasi-public and private messages posted on Facebook, and analyses how L1 German speakers in South Tyrol use different varieties of(More)
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