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By Roderick Hunt

This booklet is a part of the phenomenally winning Oxford examining Tree that is used to coach examining in eighty% of fundamental colleges. The tales inside of it are approximately much-loved Biff, Chip and Kipper, their family and friends, and the interesting adventures they've got jointly. they're conscientiously graded throughout nine levels and comprise integrated development and vocabulary repetition all through. every one publication contains notes for parents/carers and instructing assistants at the within covers. This e-book can also be to be had as a part of a combined pack of 6 diversified books or a category pack of 36 books of a similar ORT level. every one publication pack comes with a loose reproduction of updated and necessary educating notes.

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G. 20/06/2001. @Place: Name of the city where the recording session took place. g. gossip between friends at home during dinner, not hidden, research participant. @Topic: The main topic dealt with in the speech event (max. g. traffic problems. g. LABLITA_CORPUS; CORPAIX. @Class: Set of fields identifying the session in accordance with the C-ORAL-ROM corpus structure, separated by commas. g. 12’ 15”. @Words: Number of words in the text file. @Acoustic_quality: Acoustic quality of the recording labelled according to specific criteria (A, B or C).

Qui. Sopra sì. No, ascolta. Qui sopra, sì. No. Ascolta. Qui. Sopra sì. No, ascolta. Qui. Sopra sì. No. Ascolta, qui sopra. Sì. [No. Listen. Here ? At the top ? ] [No. Listen here. ] [No. Listen. ] [No, listen, here. ] [No, listen. ] [No. Listen. Here. ] [No, listen. Here. ] [No. Listen, (what about) up here? ] Qui sì. Qui, sì. Qui. Sì. ] [Here. ] As the translations suggest, all the word groupings, which all correspond to distinct possible utterance boundaries, are consistent with the contextual domain.

C. Revision of tagging and specific challenge of terminal breaks by a third labeller in connection with the alignment. This process ensures control over inter-annotator relevance of tags and a maximum accuracy in the detection of terminal breaks. The accuracy with respect to non-terminal breaks is by definition lower.  Conventions for prosodic tagging in the transcripts Discriminating between terminal and non-terminal breaks is mandatory in all the C-ORAL-ROM transcripts. 3. Each symbol represents a type of break which is defined in the annotation schema which permits a very restricted set of alternatives.

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