AW: [Corpora-List] corpus of German spoken interaction

Thomas Schmidt thomas.schmidt at uni-hamburg.de
Wed Mar 14 10:55:01 CET 2007


The Institut für Deutsche Sprache has several corpora of spoken German. Many
of them were compiled with dialectology in mind, but you'll also find some
with a focus on spontaneous interaction. The website of the corpus interface
is

http://dsav-oeff.ids-mannheim.de/

- Thomas

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Thomas Schmidt
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Tel: +49 (40) 42838-6425
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Gesendet: Mittwoch, 14. März 2007 10:25
An: Ninke.Stukker at let.uu.nl
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Betreff: Re: [Corpora-List] corpus of German spoken interaction

Dear Members,
I am interested in such corpora too. Does really nobody knows anything about
German corpora? :s

Best,
M. Eleonora Sciubba
Ph.D. student
Department of Linguistics
Università Roma Tre



> Dear all,

>

> I'm looking for a corpus of spoken German,

containing spontaneous

> 'every-day' conversation data (i.e.: no 'fake'

conversation as a result of

> an artificial task in a lab setting) from recent date

(1990s onwards). Does

> anyone know of such a resource? Any hint is

welcome...

>

> Thank you in advance,

> Ninke Stukker

>

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