Nebrija-CORELE-UA Corpus


Isabel Medina
Linguistica Aplicada a la Enseñanza de Lenguas
Universidad Antonio de Nebrija

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Participants: 10
Type of Study: cross-sectional study
Location: Alicante, Spain
Media type: audio
DOI: doi:10.21415/G7KH-R304

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Medina Soler, I. (2017). La atenuación en el discurso oral de estudiantes de E/LE universitarios con nivel B1 en contexto de inmersión para los actos de habla disentivos. Tesis doctoral. Madrid: Universidad Antonio de Nebrija.

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Project Description

The CORELE-UA corpus (Corpus Oral de Español como Lengua Extranjera de la Universidad de Alicante) is a collection of 10 taped interviews. The duration of the corpus is one hour, twenty seven minutes and fifty three seconds (01:27:53). The corpus has a total of 10 292 transcribed words. 10 students of Spanish as a Foreign Language have participated in this corpus which was taped at University of Alicante, in Alicante. The period of compilation of the speech events was between October 10th and November 23th, 2012. Conversational topics included in every interview are: Españoles, Costumbres/Vida en la ciudad, Comida/Gastronomía, Jóvenes y Universidad y Temas de actualidad (la crisis económica).

Participants

The ages of the participants are all between 19 and 20 ages, and they are all university students from different academic degrees. They are all students of B1 level of Spanish as a Foreign Language, and they come as well from different linguistic origin as shown below.

Abbreviations:

M: men
W: woman
ML: mother language (ger: German; it: Italian; lit: Lithuanian; pol: Polish; tur: Turkish)


 

Participants

GENDER

ML

COUNTRY

Participant 2

W

ger/pol

Germany

Participant 5

W

ger

Germany

Participant 6

M

it

Italy

Participant 23

W

ger

Germany

Participant 24

M

ger

Austria

Participant 28

W

it

Italy

Participant 33

M

ger

Germany

Participant 45

W

lit

Lithuania

Participant 47

W

it

Italy

Participant 50

M

tur

Turkey