gdbank: The beginnings of a corpus of dependency structures and type-logical grammar in Scottish Gaelic

@inproceedings{Batchelor2014gdbankTB,
  title={gdbank: The beginnings of a corpus of dependency structures and type-logical grammar in Scottish Gaelic},
  author={Colin R. Batchelor},
  year={2014}
}
We present gdbank, a small handbuilt corpus of 32 sentences with dependency structures and categorial grammar type assignments. The sentences have been chosen to illustrate as broad a range of the unusual features of Scottish Gaelic as possible, particularly nouns being used to represent psychological states where more thoroughly-studied languages such as English and French would prefer a verb, and prepositions marking aspect, as is also seen in Welsh and, for example, Irish Gaelic. We provide… CONTINUE READING

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