Editor for this issue: Elyssa Winzeler
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I am working on English embedded questions (both on acquisition and non-standard varieties). I have been looking for free, publicly available African American English corpora with no luck. It seems that other people have been asking for the same in the past, but it looks like they got no responses (or that the responses to their queries were not posted).
Does anyone know about such a resource? Also, is anyone aware of free, publicly available spontaneous production corpora (either written or spoken) of L2 learners of English?