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Word list with learning age

English Age-of-acquisition ratings for 30,000 English words (2012): Springer link Free access List of words Age-of-acquisition, imagery, concreteness, familiarity, and ambiguity measures for 1,944 ...
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Database of English words pronunciation

Take a look at Project SHTOOKA
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List of English Nouns and their Plural Form

This python package can pluralize words for you, you can just run your entire dictionary through it to get the plural forms: http://www.clips.ua.ac.be/pages/pattern-en#pluralization For this you ...
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Dataset of common typos in English

Here is a link to several corpora of commonly misspelled words in several varieties of English - list includes the Birbeck Spelling Error corpus
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Semantic dictionary of English language

Eurovoc is a large semantic "Multilingual Thesaurus of the European Union"
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Dataset of English Poetry

To ensure public domain poetry, you can use Project Gutenberg. In particular, they have a "Bookshelf" specific to poetry. With some exceptions, Project Gutenberg is mostly English. You can download ...
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Database of English words pronunciation

Maybe the Macmillan Dictionary API can help you
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Looking for a free dataset of book titles classified by some well-established and unified classification system

I think you may be underestimating the BL dataset - the "researcher-format" CSVs are small themed sets of papers, but the ones just above it on that page include the British National ...
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Large English text corpus

Project Gutenberg offers 57.000 free books, available in different formats. Among them, utf-8 encoded plain text with minimal formatting. The NLTK comes with access to a range of corpora. Among them, ...
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List of English words phonetics

The CMU Pronunciation Dictionary sounds like it would be useful for something like this: http://www.speech.cs.cmu.edu/cgi-bin/cmudict It has pronunciation guides for 134,000 English words and uses ...
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American English SMS Text Message Corpora

I recently made a corpus available of text messages from Spanish-dominant bilingual young adults in New York City (Bilingual Youth Texts Corpus). It is at www.byts.commons.gc.cuny.edu
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Most common words in English

There are word frequency lists for a number of languages, including English, that were created by Hermit Dave from the data at opensubtitles.org. You can download them for free on his blog. The ...
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CEFR for English words by level

Cambridge University Press is making the A1-C2 English Vocabulary Profile available free of charge to teachers and educationalists around the world. Go to EVP Online to access the resource.
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Most common words in English

If you need more accurate and representative frequency counts of American English check out the Corpus of Contemporary American English which offers two different-length word lists (60k,100k) that ...
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Most common words in English

You can also checkout this list at http://www.wordgamedictionary.com/word-lists/common-english-words/
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English queries to GIS systems

I would be surprised if such a set of exact phrases exist, you will probably need to stitch together words and phrases, like How many, where is the, historic sites, are in etc. You might start by ...
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CEFR for English words by level

Maybe this word lists link is what you are looking for. It is a course with lists of words as pdfs categorized by CEFR levels. Alternatively, you can use the EFLLex: A CEFR-graded lexical resource ...
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French/English word database for a hangman game

In this case, I'd suggest using the flashcards from an Anki deck. Here's a list of French decks: https://ankiweb.net/shared/decks/french You can convert the deck to txt/csv with these steps: https:/...
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Looking for word frequency data for the Google Books ngrams

As you mentioned, the raw data can easily be parsed to give exactly what you are looking for, and in exactly the format you are looking for. e.g. https://gitlab.com/jberkel/google-ngram-word-frequency-...
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Large English text corpus

I have posted a collection of several text datasets related to news here. They contain 50+ mb of text each in an easily parsable format. https://www.kaggle.com/therohk/datasets
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Open dictionary for English with International Phonetic Alphabet for every word

The CMU Dict is available online HERE. It doesn't use the IPA, but it uses Arpabet link to wikipedia here. You could easily convert it from arpabet to IPA. Also, since language is continuously ...
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Books with multiple main characters, one per chapter

This may be a question that the human brain answers really quick, and a computational approach way longer to design. Why not "crowdsource" by posting on some literary/book forums (e.g. https:...
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Corpus of utterances and transcribed words for testing speech recognition algorithms

There are quite a few for money, but the only one that I know of that is free is the Buckeye Corpus. About 40 hours of sound and matching transcripts. You have to register, but there is no cost for ...
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Semantic dictionary of English language

Have you tried WordNet or some API like wordnik.
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List of English words phonetics

You can also checkout these word lists. I know its a Scrabble based site, but they seem to have everything from what I can tell. I use them all the time and they have some nice json exports as well.
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Speech audio databases with phonemes labelled

There is an auxiliary dataset of phoneme labels for the Librispeech corpus. It can be found here Zenodo: LibriSpeech Alignments.
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Stemming of long English text

You can also check out the algorithm used on https://www.word-grabber.com/words-with-friends-cheat that finds word possibilities from letters.
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Database of English words pronunciation

The dump here contains nearly all pronunciation data used on the English wiktionary. So the files are from a combination of sources like project SHTOOKA, Lingualibre, etc.
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