Nebrija-INMIGRA Corpus


Juana Muñoz-Liceras
LAELE Research Group
Universidad Nebrija

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Susan Martín Leralta
LAELE Research Group
Universidad Nebrija

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Maria Cecilia Ainciburu
LAELE Research Group
Universidad Nebrija

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Anna Doquín de Saint-Preux
LAELE Research Group
Universidad Nebrija

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Bega García Viudez
LAELE Research Group
Universidad Nebrija

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Cristina Herrero Fernández
LAELE Research Group
Universidad Nebrija

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Ocarina Masid Blanco
LAELE Research Group
Universidad Nebrija

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Eirini Mavrou
LAELE Research Group
Universidad Nebrija

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Òscar O. Santos Sopena
LAELE Research Group
Universidad Nebrija

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Yolanda Morató Agrafolo
LAELE Research Group
Universidad Nebrija

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Margarita Planelles Almeida
LAELE Research Group
Universidad Nebrija

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Participants: 40
Type of Study: interview
Location: Madrid
Media type: audio not yet available
DOI: doi:10.21415/T5GM44

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Citation information

Liceras, Juana M. (2017) Herramientas para abordar el análisis de la gramática no nativa de los inmigrantes. In Dimitrinka G. Nikleva (Ed.), La formación de los docentes de español para inmigrantes en distintos contextos educativos. Bern/New York: Peter Lang.

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Project Description

This corpus consists of oral interviews carried out in the context of the LETRA test of Spanish for immigrant workers. It is made up of semi-guided interviews carried out in Spanish which last approximately 10 minutes each. The participants are immigrants from four different countries (Morocco, Brazil, Romania, and Senegal) who live in the Autonomous Community of Madrid (Spain). The main objective of the project INMIGRA-2-CM funded by the Autonomous Community of Madrid and from the European Community is to facilitate the integration of the immigrant population in the Spanish society. The LAELE (Lingüística Aplicada a la Enseñanza de Lenguas Extranjeras/Applied Linguistics to the Teaching of Foreign Languages) research group of the Universidad Nebrija, who is responsible for the transcription and analysis of these data, aims at establishing diagnostics of competence in the Spanish language and finding specific ways of improving the communication skills of the immigrant population.