|Frequency Lists for teachers/researchers||To download/print/save|
UPDATE: CURRENTLY IN-USE LISTS ARE AVAILABLE WITH DESCRIPTIONS AT VP-COMPLEAT INPUT HERE (TOP RIGHT)
Lists used on Lextutor Classic
Paul Meara's Plausible Non-Words
Web VP / BNC-20 v 3.2
British National Corpus lists version (Beta)
NEW! Martinez' BNC-5k Phrase Lists
NEW! JACET8000 (from Japan Assn of College English Teachers) linked Aug '13
Lists used on Lextutor (families)
basewrd1_f.txt 121kFranšais fondamental
Huge French lists collection Downloads
Ogden's 'Basic Engish'
David Lee's site for
Where do Lextutor lists come from?
English 1000 and 2000 lists are versions of West's (1953) General Service List (See Baumann& Culligan); AWL was produced by Averil Coxhead (link below). Development of French lists is discussed by Cobb & Horst (2004)