On trial – Enhanced Electronic Grammars (EEG)


  • Specially designed for the needs of general linguists and typologists.
  • Enables simultaneous complex searches across dozens of languages on hundreds of linguistic phenomena.
  • Naturalistic examples illustrate each linguistic phenomenon, together with interlinear glossing and free translation.
  • There is a focus on small and endangered languages.
  • Permits access to unlimited number of simultaneous users.
  • User guide available.
  • Trial access available until 31st March 2018.

Aims and scope

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Enhanced Electronic Grammars (EEG) features comprehensive descriptions of languages from around the world. Through this unique online resource, full grammars are made available together in an interlinked and semantically-annotated format, allowing granular access to the grammatical data and enabling cross-language research of several grammars at the same time. In addition to cross-linguistic queries, each grammar can also be read and researched individually.

EEG is updated bi-annually, integrating several new grammar publications each year for even more extensive cross-linguistic research.

Languages available in EEG

Bardi, Basque, Berbice Dutch, Cavineña, Domari, Eton, Goemai, Hinuq, Hup, Jamsay,

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Kolyma Yukaghir, Lao, Madurese, Mani, Mapuche, Mian, Mongsen Ao, Neverver, Qiang, Saramaccan Creole, Savosavo, Siraya, Teiwa, Toqabaqita, Vaeakau-Taumako (+ Alto Perené, Daakaka, Kulina, Lavukaleve, Mina, Tommo So by the end of 2017).


Via our E-resources trials page.

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