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CK
CK
3 days ago - 2 days ago
* List of Native Speakers *

http://tatoeba.byethost3.com/stats-180217.html

Links are included, so you can easily find sentences by native speakers for languages that you are interested in.

You can also see the date of the most-recently contributed sentence by each member on this list.
CK
CK
4 days ago - 4 days ago
* Audio at 3 Different Speeds *

http://tatoeba.ueuo.com/audio/

normal
slower
slowest

This demo only includes these languages.

German
English
Japanese
Spanish
Russian
French
CK
CK
11 days ago
** Stats - 2018-02-10 - Native Speaker Sentence Counts **

http://tatoeba.byethost3.com/stats-180210.html

Find out who the native speakers are and how many sentences they have contributed in their native languages.
CK
CK
14 days ago - 14 days ago
Screenshot of the "Number of Sentences with Audio by Language"

https://prnt.sc/ibuske

2018-02-08
compared with
2016-03-22

I found this old screenshot from 2016 on my hard disk today.

If you are interested in helping us add audio, please read http://bit.ly/shtooka .
CK
CK
21 days ago
We have a new voice contributing to the Tatoeba Project.

* Finnish Audio by nyymi
https://tatoeba.org/eng/sentenc.../show/7503/und

Also, hundreds of new audio files have recently been added by the following members.

* Spanish Audio by arh
https://tatoeba.org/eng/sentenc.../show/6685/und

* English Audio by CK
https://tatoeba.org/eng/sentenc.../show/4000/und

If you are interested in also contributing audio files, please read http://bit.ly/shtooka .
CK
CK
29 days ago
I found an old screenshot of the stats page.
Here it is compared to today.

http://a4esl.org/temporary/tato...2012-02-02.png
CK
CK
29 days ago
** History of the Tatoeba Project **

http://bit.ly/tatoebahistory

I've re-uploaded this. It hasn't been updated in a while, though.
Perhaps some new members would be interested in this.
CK
CK
29 days ago
There are no pre-made sets of those. You will need to use the 2 files Selena777 mentioned and create the pairs yourself. If you aren't familiar with working with this kind of data, you may not be able to easily do so.
CK
CK
2018-01-22 23:20
You might find what you are looking for here.

http://www.manythings.org/anki/

These are selected bilingual pairs with one language being English and the other language being limited to sentences by native speakers.
CK
CK
2018-01-11 03:10
** Many New Audio Files **

English Audio by CK
https://tatoeba.org/sentences_lists/show/4000/und

Spanish Audio by arh
https://tatoeba.org/sentences_lists/show/6685/und

Many of these are new sentences without any translations yet.
CK
CK
2017-12-21 04:23 - 2017-12-21 04:38
Over 300,000 English sentences sorted by vocabulary level

http://bit.ly/gradedreaderlevels

* You can study the sentences that already have translations.
* You can translate sentences that are not yet in your native language.
* Or, you can browse the complete lists.
CK
CK
2017-12-17 04:16
** Daily English Words **

You can access these in 2 ways.

1. Go to http://study.aitech.ac.jp/tatoeba/dailywords/ and choose your native language.

2. Or go to the following link, and change the last 3 letters of the URL, currently "ara", to the 3-letter code of your native language. http://study.aitech.ac.jp/tatoe...lywords/?t=ara

This list of 10 words, sorted roughly by frequency of use, changes every day at 0:00 UTC.
You can choose one or more of these words each day to focus on if you like.

Once you are on the page set for your native language, bookmark the page and try it every day for a while to see if you like it
CK
CK
2017-10-25 09:14
* Stats - 2017-10-21 *

I re-uploaded them to another server.

Native Speaker Sentence Counts
http://tatoeba.ueuo.com/stats/stats-171021.html

Number of Native-language Sentences and % Native
http://tatoeba.ueuo.com/stats/s...nt-native.html

The Number of Native Speaker Sentences Linked to English Sentences on List 907
http://tatoeba.ueuo.com/stats/s...thy-pairs.html
CK
CK
2017-10-25 00:52
* More Stats *

The Number of Native Speaker Sentences Linked to English Sentences on List 907

http://tatoeba.byethost3.com/st...thy-pairs.html
CK
CK
2017-10-25 00:19 - 2017-10-25 00:31
The rating system is likely more useful, since sentences can be rated by more than one person. It's also much easier to see who has rated a sentence, so you can know whether an OK was done by a native speaker or not. It's also possible to see if some people think a sentence is OK and others don't.

I never tag sentences OK, but use the rating system instead. It's easy to rate sentences while browsing lists of sentences, but you need to visit each sentence's page to tag them OK, and if someone has already tagged it OK, then going to that page was wasted time. With the rating system, you can also easily see if you've already rated a sentence or not when browsing a list of sentences.

You can easily find the 543,929 English sentences I've rated OK with this link.

https://tatoeba.org/eng/collections/of/CK/ok

I only rate sentences OK. I never use the "not OK" rating. In such cases, I just leave the sentence unrated.

Note that members must "Activate the feature to rate sentences and build your collection of sentences." to see ratings on each sentence's page.

Go to your settings to do this.
https://tatoeba.org/eng/user/settings

One major problem is that the rating system is mis-named "collections", so some of the ratings are by non-native speakers who are "collecting" a list of sentences they like. This means you need to learn the usernames of the native speakers of languages you are studying to know how trustworthy the ratings are.
CK
CK
2017-10-25 00:03
If they post everything as public domain, that means anyone can use the material without attribution. That's the way "public domain" works. So, I think this means any use by them is likely not compatible with tatoeba.org's CC-BY.

CK
CK
2017-10-23 00:47
* Stats *

The Number of Native-language Sentences and % Native

http://tatoeba.byethost3.com/st...nt-native.html

Native Speaker Contributors

http://tatoeba.byethost3.com/stats-171021.html

This week, I've included a 4th column that shows the number since last year at this time.
CK
CK
2017-10-21 08:40
* Stats *

Number of Contributions by Language for Last Week

2385 - rus
1653 - eng
1183 - tur
747 - fra
538 - epo
516 - deu
486 - por
457 - ukr
404 - swe
366 - ita
279 - toki
143 - spa
100 - hun
98 - war
65 - lat
58 - nld
57 - srp
45 - ara
43 - mar
43 - dan
38 - cmn
34 - war
33 - nob
27 - pol
27 - nno
23 - fin
20 - tgl
16 - dtp
14 - kzj
13 - nds
11 - hrv
7 - tat
6 - lit
5 - zlm
3 - jpn
2 - heb
1 - mkd
1 - ces
1 - cbk
1 - arq

This is not 100% accurate for unique sentences since tatoeba.org has had a problem with allowing exact duplicates to be submitted recently. ( Related GitHub Issue = https://github.com/Tatoeba/tatoeba2/issues/1495 )


CK
CK
2017-10-14 01:40
Perhaps it was only a temporary problem.

This worked for me.

"^If * means"
https://tatoeba.org/eng/sentenc...eng&to=und
CK
CK
2017-10-14 00:29
It appears that recordings available on their website are in the public domain (CC-0). The sentences on tatoeba.org are not public domain but CC-BY. I think this means that likely it would be unethical, if not illegal, to add sentences from the Tatoeba Corpus unless each sentence used is attributed to the Tatoeba Project.




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