The Corpus of Contemporary American English contains over 1 billion words of text data from multiple genres including: spoken word, fiction, magazines, newspapers, academic writing, subtitles from movies and television, blogs, and web pages.

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Corpus of Contemporary American English Complete Database, Mark Davies

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Corpus of Contemporary American English Complete Linear Text, Mark Davies

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Corpus of Contemporary American English Complete Word, Lemma, Part of Speech, Mark Davies

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Corpus of Contemporary American English Lexicon, Mark Davies

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Corpus of Contemporary American English List of Subgenres, Mark Davies

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Database (Academic), Mark Davies

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Word, Lemma, and Part of Speech (Academic), Mark Davies

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Word, Lemma, and Part of Speech (Blog), Mark Davies

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Word, Lemma, and Part of Speech (Fiction), Mark Davies

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Word, Lemma, and Part of Speech (Magazine), Mark Davies

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Word, Lemma, and Part of Speech (Newspaper), Mark Davies

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Word, Lemma, and Part of Speech (Spoken Word), Mark Davies

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Word, Lemma, and Part of Speech (Television & Movies), Mark Davies

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Word, Lemma, and Part of Speech (Web Page), Mark Davies