Corpus of the Contemporary Lithuanian Language and Parallel corpus (Czech-Lithuanian, Lithuanian-Czech, English-Lithuanian, Lithuanian-English) compiled at the Centre of Computational Linguistics at Vytautas Magnus University (Kaunas) -

Corpus of Spoken Lithuanian compiled at the Regional Studies Department, Vytautas Magnus University (Kaunas) -

Term Bank of the Republic of Lithuania (Lietuvos Respublikos terminų bankas) -

Old Lithuanian Texts (Senieji lietuviški raštai) -

Dictionary of the Lithuanian Language (electronic version 2005) (Lietuvių kalbos žodynas  (1941-2002) -

Corpus of Estonian Literary Language (CELL) -

Corpus of Spoken Estonian -

Corpus of Contemporary Latvian texts (Mūsdienu latviešu valodas tekstu korpuss) – corpus of over one million words

 Corpus of Old Latvian texts (Latviešu valodas seno tekstu korpuss) – compiled by the Department of Baltic Languages, Faculty of Philology, University of Latvia, and the Artificial Intelligence Laboratory, Institute of Mathematics and Informatics, University of Latvia

Historical Dictionary of the Latvian Language (16th – 18th c.) (Latviešu valodas vēsturiskā vārdnīca ( –

British Academic Spoken English (BASE) corpus -

British Academic Written English (BAWE) corpus -

Limerick-Belfast (LIBEL) Corpus of Academic Spoken English - (

Michigan Corpus of Academic Spoken English (MICASE) -

Corpus of English as a Lingua Franca in Academic Settings -

Corpus of Academic English (CADIS) -

The Macmillan World English corpus -

The Longman Learners‘ Corpus – a 10 million word computerised database comprising only learner English.

International Corpus of Learner English (ICLE ) – a corpus of over 2 million words compiled of argumentative essays written by students studying English in different countries (the Czech Republic, the Netherlands, Sweden, Finland, France, Germany, Japan, Poland, Spain).

Hong Kong Corpus of Spoken English (HKCSE) -

Corpus of Spoken Professional American English
(CSPAE) - two million-word corpus of spoken American English (one million words from the White House question-answer sessions; one million words mainly from faculty council and committee meetings related to testing).