Morphologically annotated corpora for seven arabic dialects: Taizi, sanaani, najdi, jordanian, syrian, iraqi and moroccan

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We present a collection of morphologically annotated corpora for seven Arabic dialects: Taizi Yemeni, Sanaani Yemeni, Najdi, Jordanian, Syrian, Iraqi and Moroccan Arabic. The corpora collectively cover over 200,000 words, and are all manually annotated in a common set of standards for orthography, diacritized lemmas, tokenization, morphological units and English glosses. These corpora will be publicly available to serve as benchmarks for training and evaluating systems for Arabic dialect morphological analysis and disambiguation.

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Alshargi, F., Dibas, S., Alkhereyf, S., Faraj, R., Abdulkareem, B., Yagi, S., … Rambow, O. (2019). Morphologically annotated corpora for seven arabic dialects: Taizi, sanaani, najdi, jordanian, syrian, iraqi and moroccan. In ACL 2019 - 4th Arabic Natural Language Processing Workshop, WANLP 2019 - Proceedings of the Workshop (pp. 137–147). Association for Computational Linguistics (ACL). https://doi.org/10.18653/v1/w19-4615

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