Corpus of Translated Finnish

The Corpus of Translated Finnish has been compiled in 1999 in the University of Eastern Finland (University of Joensuu at the time and it’s School of Translation Studies) in the project ’Translation Universals’, led by professor Anna Mauranen.

The corpus comprises two parts: texts originally written in Finnish and texts translated into Finnish from different languages. The following text types are represented in the corpus: academic texts, literature, childrens’ literature, biography, popular literature and fiction, detective fiction and popular science.

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Corpus of Translated Finnish, Korp
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Of this language corpus different versions are (or might be in the future) published in the Language Bank of Finland. The versions are available through the Language Bank Download Service and/or through the Korp concordance tool. The links to the different versions can be found from the list above.

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This resource group page has a Persistent Identifier: http://urn.fi/urn:nbn:fi:lb-2021081102



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