Clive, you're into what 5 generations of language contact researchers haven't
been able to answer! Good luck and have a look at 'A corpus-driven study of
Turkish-English language contact in Australia' at
<http://www.vicnet.net.au/~petek/thesis/> for a window on what the 6th
generation should be doing!
D C Souter <email@example.com> wrote:
I'm looking for details of projects on automatic boundary identification
in bilingual/multilingual texts, and corpus material containing such texts.
I would prefer it if one of the languages were English, and the texts were
ASCII. I suppose one such source would be a corpus showing code switching.
Anyone know of such material/projects?
(I know we could create such material artificially, but I was hoping to
find naturally occurring material).
Clive Souter Tel: +44 113 233 5460
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