Welcome to Linguistics at the University of Saskatchewan.
|Information on the Linguistics programs at the University of Saskatchewan can be found on the Department of Religion and Culture’s website|
This server contains the following web resources:
Linguistics 111 (Wood) - Resources and Online Quizzes
Slides, course materials, course outline and quiz interface for students enroled in Dr. Wood’s Linguistics 111 course.
Linguistics 110 - Introduction to Grammar
Resources for students enroled in my Introduction to Grammar class.
Linguisitcs 403 - Research Meghods in Linguistics
Resources for students enroled in my Research Methods class.
Part of Speech Quiz
Everybody who needs some practice with identifying parts of speech: try this app. It uses the tagged version of the Brown corpus, a true classic.
Linguistics 243 - Resources
Participants of my Morphological Patterns in Language class can access the course outline, slides and other material from here.
Linguisitcs 349 - Computational Linguistics
Resources for students enroled in my Computational Linguistics class
Linguistics 347 - Resources
Participants of my Conversation and Discourse Analysis can access the course outline, slides and other material from here.
Linguistics 341 - Resources
Participants of my Semantics class can access the course outline, slides and other material from here.
Linguistics 241 - Introduction to Syntax
Resources for students enroled in my Introduction to Syntax class
QuickAssist is an application that is intended to assist language learners read texts in a foreign language. Users can copy any text into the application and use a number of tools to quickly access information on the lexical items in the text.
Right now, QuickAssist is only available for German.
concordance view (shows the word in different contexts)
morphological information on the lexical item selected
information on common neighbours and on its frequency
If you are interested in reading all there is to know about QuickAssist, please refer to my PhD thesis which is publicly available.
This is work in progress. We currently have a user interface to query the google n-gram corpus of German books and a sandbox to test complexity and accuracy measures.