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Corpus Based Research on Spoken Language

2nd LABLITA International Workshop in Corpus Linguistics, at the presence of Shlomo Izre'el (Tel Aviv University), within the Chiara Fama Program of the University of Florence.
February 19-20th 2007
Dipartimento di Italianistica, Università di Firenze
piazza Savonarola 1 Firenze

Organizing committee: E. Cresti, M. Moneglia, A. Panunzi


First Section - February 19 Sala del Consiglio 11-13
BEST PRACTICES FOR COMPILING SPOKEN LANGUAGE CORPORA

Shlomo Izre'el (Tel Aviv University) The Corpus of Spoken Israeli Hebrew (CoSIH); The pilot study: some results

Lunch



Second Section - February 19 Aula 33 15-18
THE RELATIONS BETWEEN PROSODY AND THE REFERENCE UNITS OF SPONTANEOUS SPEECH
(Papers and discussion)

Shlomo Izre'el (Tel Aviv University) Spoken Language Segmentation: Transcription, annotation, structure and implications

Emanuela Cresti (University of Florence) The utterance and the its informational patterning: prosodic correlations



Third Section - February 20 Sala del Consiglio 9:15 - 13:30
VERBLESS UTTERANCES AND DISCOURSE MARKERS ACROSS LANGUAGES

09:15-10:15 Shlomo Izre'el (Tel Aviv University) The Structure of Hebrew as a Semitic Language and the question of Predication
10:15-11:00 Antonietta Scarano (University of Florence) Enoncés nominaux et Comment nominaux dans l’italien parlé
11:00-11:15 Break
11:15-12:00 Itsuko FUJIMURA (Nagoya University ) L'usage des particles interactionnels dans le japonais parlé du point de vue de la différence entre les hommes et les femmes
12:00-12:45 Marco Di Giulio (University of Perugia) The pragmatics of Discourse markers in the structuring of ancient Hebrew texts
12:45-13:30 Carlota Nicolas (University of Florence) Conversational usage of “Closed Class Categories” in spoken Spanish
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