Article published in:Approaches to Slavic Interaction
Edited by Nadine Thielemann and Peter Kosta
[Dialogue Studies 20] 2013
► pp. 105–116
Russian everyday utterances
The top lists and some statistics
This paper presents lists of the most frequently used Russian utterances in everyday interaction and gives a statistical description of Russian spontaneous speech; including, frequency distribution of utterance length measured in words and syllables and temporal statistics of utterances. Audio data for this research were taken from the ORD Speach Corpus of Russian Everyday Communication. Special investigation was conducted to analyze average utterance duration and syllable rate of speech relative to utterance length in syllables. Additionally, we propose the existence of two temporal registers in Russian everyday speech.
Keywords: everyday speech communication, everyday utterances, ORD speech corpus, Russian spoken language, utterance length
Published online: 13 August 2013
Cited by 1 other publications
Bogdanova-Beglarian, Natalia, Gregory Martynenko & Tatiana Sherstinova
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