Jan Svartvik

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It has become apparent to some dialectolo6ists that di~lectol-ogy, particularly in its interpretive phase, is a branch of linguistics particularly adapted to the use of computers. The dialectol0-gist typically deals with large bodies of data, usually in the form of single words and short phrases, and he is interested in sorting and comparing individual(More)
The paper presents an outline of a system for grammatical tagging of the London-Lund Corpus of spoken English consisting of some 450 000 words. The material, all of which will be available on magnetic computer tape, and part of which is now available in both machinereadable and printed form, has been transcribed orthographically with prosodic marking for(More)
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