WILLIE - A Web Interface for a Language Learning and Instruction Environment

@inproceedings{Winiwarter2007WILLIEA,
  title={WILLIE - A Web Interface for a Language Learning and Instruction Environment},
  author={Werner Winiwarter},
  booktitle={ICWL},
  year={2007}
}
In this paper we present WILLIE, a Web-based language learning tool for Japanese, which provides the language students with a comfortable interface to lexical, syntactic, and translation knowledge. The linguistic data is derived automatically from a large parallel corpus by using a Japanese-English machine translation system, which we developed in our previous research. The system randomly chooses translation examples to present them to the students using JavaScript to dynamically open pop-up… CONTINUE READING

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