COREFL: Corpus of English as a Foreign Language


Oct. 2021

Terms & conditions of use

You can download and use data from the COREFL corpora freely for research and teaching purposes under the following terms and conditions of use:

COREFL is released under a Creative Commons license (CC BY-NC-ND 3.0 ES) (Attribution – NonCommercial – NoDerivatives), which means that you must give appropriate credit when using the material, you cannot use the material for commercial purposes and, if you remix, transform, or build upon the material, you may not distribute the modified material.

Data have been collected anonymously. Users must refrain from further analysis and manipulation of the spoken/written data which may jeopardize or violate assumptions about confidentiality.

When downloading data from the COREFL corpora, you will be asked to provide information about how you intend to use the corpus. This information is collected anonymously for statistical purposes to keep track of the number of downloads and their uses.

Please cite the following paper when using data from COREFL or simply when referring to the corpus (click on the link to download the paper):

Lozano, C., Díaz-Negrillo, A., & Callies, M. (2020). Designing and compiling a learner corpus of written and spoken narratives: COREFL. In C. Bongartz & J. Torregrossa (Eds.), What’s in a Narrative? Variation in Story-Telling at the Interface between Language and Literacy (pp. 21-46). Peter Lang.