Kong Corpus of Spoken
to the HKCSE hosted
by the Research Centre for Professional Communication in English of the
Hong Kong Polytechnic University. The HKCSE is a large collection of
texts representing spoken English in Hong Kong. This is
the orthographic version,
if you would like to purchase or know more about
the prosodic version
(book with CD) click
go to John Benjamins website.
are currently 907,657 words
in the HKCSE.
You can search for a word,
e.g. people, not,
or a phrase, e.g. Hong
Kong people, a
lot of, and find examples of its use in its context.
can also search for an additional word in combination with your search
word, e.g. people (search
word) and different (additional
word), or search phrase, e.g. I
don't know (search
phrase) and actually(additional
setting displays up to 40 instances. You can click on the link at the
top of the page to see all the instances in the HKCSE.
- For details
of the contents of the
- Please note
that the contents in the
HKCSE do not represent the views of the organisation and/or writer.
computer software used to
search the HKCSE is ConcGramOnline© designed and written by Chris
Greaves, Senior Project Fellow, The Hong Kong Polytechnic University.
- The work to
compile the HKCSE was
substantially supported by a grant from the Research Grants Council of
the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region (Project No. G-YE86). This
support is gratefully acknowledged.