Edited By Ana Diaz-Negrillo and Francisco Javier Diaz-Pérez
AixOx, a multi-layered learners’ corpus: automatic annotation: Sophie Herment, Anne Tortel, Brigitte Bigi, Daniel Hirst, Anastassia Loukina
SOPHIE HERMENT / ANNE TORTEL / BRIGITTE BIGI / DANIEL HIRST / ANASTASSIA LOUKINA
AixOx, a multi-layered learners’ corpus: automatic annotation
This paper presents a multilingual learners corpus, AixOx, collected in the framework of an Alliance project (a partnership between the British Council and The French Ministry of Foreign Affairs). The corpus consists of the recording of 40 1-minute passages in English and French from the Eurom 1 corpus (Chan et al. 1995), read by native speakers and L2 learners. French native speakers reading the French and English passages were recorded in Aix-en-Provence, and English native speakers reading the English and French passages were recorded in Oxford. The AixOx corpus contains about 40 hours of read speech and can be downloaded from the Speech and Language Data Repository (
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