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Harvesting Dutch Trees: Syntactic Properties of Spoken Dutch

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In this paper, we report on quantitative research into certain word order phenomena in Dutch. In our research, we use the Spoken Dutch Corpus (CGN), a major new resource for research into contemporary spoken Dutch. After briefly introducing the primary data, the annotations added, and some of the tools to explore the primary data and the annotations, we illustrate how the Corpus may be utilized to answer certain linguistic questions concerning the Dutch language.



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