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Cross-linguistic Correspondences: From lexis to genre
Edited by Thomas Egan and Hildegunn Dirdal
[Studies in Language Companion Series 191] 2017
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ESPC
The English–Swedish Parallel Corpus. For a description, see: http://​www​.sol​.lu​.se​/engelska​/corpus​/corpus​/espc​.html
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Gothenburg Spoken Language Corpus: http://​www​.ling​.gu​.se​/~leifg​/tal/
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SUC 2.0. The Stockholm Umeå Corpus
https://​spraakbanken​.gu​.se​/eng​/resource​/suc2 (The description in this paper is based on SUC 1.0, but the differences are very small.)
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