Teaching machines to automatically recognize and correct Spanish accentuation errors
Refreshments will be served. See you all there! An important component of the orthography of many of the world’s languages, including Spanish, diacritic markings (accents) are often stripped or appear inconsistent in text […]
Semantic roles: How do subject and direct object really work?
Why is it that that cute girl in your class might look like Anne Hathaway but […]
If you are a native English speaker who has a very high level proficiency in Spanish, please consider taking the following linguistic task (~45 min). In addition to helping a fellow linguist out (David Miller, M.A. student at the University of Florida), you will gain insight regarding the types of linguistic studies and tasks that […]
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