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The Corpus of Australian and New Zealand Spoken English is a 195-million-word corpus of geolocated automatic speech recognition transcripts of video content from local governments in Australia and New Zealand, created for the study of lexical, grammatical, phonetic, and discourse-pragmatic phenomena of spoken language. CoANZSE Audio contains, in addition to the complete textual content of the corpus, audio files and forced alignments in Praat's TextGrid format for most transcripts.

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