Польско-русский параллельный корпус Варшавского университета

Marek Łaziński,

Magdalena Kuratczyk


The Polish-Russian Parallel Corpus has been developed at the University of Warsaw (the
Faculty of Polish Studies and the Institute of Russian Studies) in co-operation with the
National Corpus of Polish and the Russian National Corpus. The annotation and search
possibilities in the corpus result from the annotation of the co-operating national corpora.
The search interface is based on the user-friendly interface of the Russian National Corpus.
The corpus consists of Russian and Polish literary classics (90%), nonfi ction books and
legal texts (5%), religious texts (i.e. Bible translations; 4%) and contemporary press articles
(1%). Great Russian realistic novels of the 19th century, together with the modern Russian
books (e.g. by Alexandr Solzhenitsyn and Victor Erofeyev) which are the most popular
in Poland, made up a signifi cant part of the corpus. We have also taken into account these
works of Polish literature that are the most widely known in Russia. Looking for loci
communes in the Russian and Polish cultures was an important, extra-linguistic aspect of
the corpus project.

Słowa kluczowe: корпусная лингвистика, корпус параллельных текстов, польский и русский языки

Łaziński M., Kuratczyk M., Orekhov B., Słobodjan E., 2012, The Polish-Russian Parallel
Corpus and Its Application in the Linguistic Analysis, Prace Filologiczne LXIII,
с. 209–218.
Narodowy Korpus Języka Polskiego, 2012, A. Przepiórkowski, M. Bańko, R. Górski,
B. Lewandowska-Tomaszczyk (red.), Warszawa: Wydawnictwo Naukowe PWN.