David Rodríguez Velasco
Linguistica Aplicada a la Enseñanza de Lenguas
Universidad Antonio de Nebrija
Xiaoxu Katia Liu
School of Spanish and Italian
Heilongjiang International University
| Participants: || 28, 20, 20 |
| Type of Study: || group |
| Location: || Harbin, China |
| Media type: || audio |
| DOI: || doi:10.21415/T5BT4Z |
Rodríguez Velasco, D. (2018). ¿No me quieres? ¿Soy fea? o ¿no hablo
bien? Problemas pragmáticos interculturales y su relevancia en la
comunicación. En Actas del IV Encuentro de Profesores de ELE del
Norte de China. Harbin, 26-27 Mayo 2018.
In accordance with TalkBank rules, any use of data from this corpus
must be accompanied by at least one of the above references.
The WOCAE Corpus (Written and Oral Chinese Academic Emails) is a
collection of emails written and read by Chinese students from
Heilongjiang International University to their professor disagreeing
about their results. The corpus is divided in two major groups: a
written corpus and an oral corpus.
The oral segment of WOCAE includes emails that we written and then read.
In May 2018, 28 students of Spanish as
a Foreign Language have participated in this corpus which was recorded
in Harbin, China. In May 2019, 20 students of Spanish participated.
The ages of the participants are all between 18 and 20, and they
are all in the second year of their academic studies.
The duration of each tape lasts between 44 seconds and 1:54
minutes. A second group of transcripts in Chinese was collected from the
students in the 2019 group.
The data for the written corpus was
collected during the 2017/2018 academic year and was subdivided in two
languages: Spanish and English. Each one is likewise subdivided in
different groups depending on the academic year of the students. The
Spanish-WOCAE Corpus groups 150 emails written by 2nd, 3rd and 4th year
students, while the English-WOCAE Corpus groups 100 emails written by
2nd and 4th year students. The ages of the participants are between 18
and 27. The data for the oral corpus was collected in May 2018 and May
2019 and is divided in two languages: Spanish and Chinese. A total of 48
students of Spanish as a Foreign Language have participated in this
corpus which was recorded in Harbin, China. The ages of the participants
are all between 18 and 20, and they are all in the second year of their
academic studies. The duration of each tape lasts between 44 seconds and
The researcher can show participants' permission to record and use the
recordings and provide more information about their linguistic biography.