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The French Assemblies Corpus (AssNat, for Assemblée Nationale) is a corpus formed from political debates having taken place in May 2011 at the National Assemblies of France and the Canadian province of Quebec. There are about 66 hours from France and about 60 more hours from Quebec for a total of about 126 hours of spontaneous speech from 439 speakers (105 from Quebec and 334 from France).
- French Multiword Nouns corpus, which uses the French National Assembly minutes from October 3rd and 4th, 2006.
Milne, Peter. 2014. The variable pronunciations of word-final consonant clusters in a force aligned corpus of spoken French. Doctoral thesis submitted to the University of Ottawa.