Þórunn Blöndal. ÍSTAL The Icelandic Corpus of Spoken Language Nordtalk – NorFa: Using spoking language corpora Göteborg Aug 19-24 2002. Research on Spoken Icelandic. Research on regional differences in pronunciation language acquisition the development of narrative skills.
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The Icelandic Corpus of Spoken Language
Nordtalk – NorFa:
Using spoking language corpora
Göteborg Aug 19-24 2002
native / non-
children / parents
Standard orthography is used in ÍSTAL, but deviations from the most common pronunciation are given in brackets:
Loan words embedded in Icelandic are spelled according to Icelandic phonetic rules:
2-yfirlestur: HBE 060102– Second proofreading 060102
The following have been presented as works in progress:
·Comparison between word frequencies in spoken and
written Icelandic (Ásta)
·Investigation on ‘það’(‘it’ /’there’) in Icelandic (Eiríkur)
·A collaborative completion of turn constructional units (TCU) in conversation (Þórunn)