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The Archive of material samples is an open-end collection of language samples, provided by native speakers. Every person who is a native speaker of any language can contribute to the Archive and anonymously provide a unique language sample, which is later put into Institute’s database and can be used for reproduction or synthesis of the language sample.





#01_RS

Language: Russian
Colour: grey
Temperature: rather cold
Hardness: rather hard
Texture: rather smooth
Organisation: certainly chaotic
Elaboration: rather complex
Speed: rather fast




#04_PL

Language: Polish
Colour: dark blue + 20% magenta
Temperature: rather cold
Hardness: rather hard
Texture: rather sharp
Organisation: rather logical
Elaboration: certainly complex
Speed: rather fast




#07_KR

Language: Korean
Colour: black
Temperature: rather warm
Hardness: certainly hard
Texture: rather smooth
Organisation: certainly logical
Elaboration: rather simple
Speed: rather slow




#10_UK

Language: Ukrainian
Colour: yellow
Temperature: certainly warm
Hardness: certainly soft
Texture: rather smooth
Organisation: rather chaotic
Elaboration: rather complex
Speed: certainly fast




#13_CH

Language: Chinese
Colour: yellow
Temperature: rather warm
Hardness: rather hard
Texture: rather smooth
Organisation: certainly logical
Elaboration: rather complex
Speed: rather fast




#16_AR

Language: Arabic
Colour: cream
Temperature: rather warm
Hardness: certainly soft
Texture: certainly smooth
Organisation: rather logical
Elaboration: rather simple
Speed: certainly fast




#19_CZ

Language: Czech
Colour: scarlet
Temperature: rather warm
Hardness: rather hard
Texture: rather smooth
Organisation: certainly chaotic
Elaboration: rather complex
Speed: certainly fast




#22_DT

Language: Dutch
Colour: beige
Temperature: rather cold
Hardness: certainly hard
Texture: rather sharp
Organisation: certainly chaotic
Elaboration: rather simple
Speed: certainly fast




#25_PT

Language: Portugese (Portugal)
Colour: orange
Temperature: rather warm
Hardness: rather soft
Texture: rather sharp
Organisation: rather chaotic
Elaboration: rather simple
Speed: rather fast


#02_RS

Language: Russian
Colour: wthite w. scarlet glowing
Temperature: rather warm
Hardness: rather soft
Texture: certainly smooth
Organisation: rather chaotic
Elaboration: —
Speed: certainly fast




#05_TK

Language: Turkish
Colour: mustard yellow
Temperature: rather warm
Hardness: rather soft
Texture: rather sharp
Organisation: —
Elaboration: certainly simple
Speed: rather fast




#08_GR

Language: German (Schwabisch)
Colour: red
Temperature: certainly cold
Hardness: certainly hard
Texture: certainly sharp
Organisation: certainly chaotic
Elaboration: certainly complex
Speed: rather fast




#11_NR

Language: Norwegian
Colour: blue with a green tint
Temperature: rather cold
Hardness: rather soft
Texture: rather smooth
Organisation: certainly chaotic
Elaboration: rather simple
Speed: certainly fast




#14_CH

Language: Chinese
Colour: red + black
Temperature: rather warm
Hardness: rather soft
Texture: certainly smooth
Organisation: certainly logical
Elaboration: certainly complex
Speed: rather slow




#17_CT

Language: Cantonese
Colour: nude
Temperature: rather cold
Hardness: rather hard
Texture: rather sharp
Organisation: certainly chaotic
Elaboration: certainly complex
Speed: rather fast




#20_CZ

Language: Czech
Colour: cold pink
Temperature: rather cold
Hardness: rather hard
Texture: certainly sharp
Organisation: rather chaotic
Elaboration: certainly complex
Speed: rather fast




#23_MG

Language: Malagasy
Colour: light blue
Temperature: rather warm
Hardness: sertainly soft
Texture: rather sharp
Organisation: certainly chaotic
Elaboration: certainly simple
Speed: certainly slow




#26_SP

Language: Spanish (El Salvador)
Colour: green
Temperature: certainly warm
Hardness: rather soft
Texture: rather smooth
Organisation: rather chaotic
Elaboration: rather complex
Speed: certainly fast


#03_UK

Language: Ukrainian
Colour: —
Temperature: rather warm
Hardness: certainly soft
Texture: certainly smooth
Organisation: rather logical
Elaboration: rather simple
Speed: certainly fast




#06_GR

Language: German
Colour: light blue
Temperature: rather cold
Hardness: certainly hard
Texture: certainly sharp
Organisation: certainly logical
Elaboration: rather complex
Speed: rather fast




#09_GR

Language: German
Colour: brown
Temperature: rather warm
Hardness: rather hard
Texture: rather smooth
Organisation: rather logical
Elaboration: rather simple
Speed: rather slow




#12_NR

Language: Norwegian
Colour: green
Temperature: rather warm
Hardness: rather soft
Texture: certainly smooth
Organisation: rather logical
Elaboration: rather simple
Speed: certainly slow




#15_CZ

Language: Czech
Colour: blue
Temperature: rather warm
Hardness: certainly hard
Texture: rather sharp
Organisation: rather chaotic
Elaboration: certainly complex
Speed: rather fast




#18_UR

Language: Urdu
Colour: apple green
Temperature: certainly warm
Hardness: rather soft
Texture: certainly smooth
Organisation: rather logical
Elaboration: rather complex
Speed: medium




#21_SR

Language: Serbian
Colour: mustard yellow
Temperature: rather warm
Hardness: rather hard
Texture: rather sharp
Organisation: rather logical
Elaboration: rather complex
Speed: rather fast




#24_SP

Language: Spanish
Colour: green
Temperature: rather warm
Hardness: rather hard
Texture: rather smooth
Organisation: rather chaotic
Elaboration: rather complex
Speed: rather fast




#27_AZ

Language: Azerbaijani (Iran)
Colour: brown
Temperature: rather warm
Hardness: certainly hard
Texture: rather sharp
Organisation: certainly chaotic
Elaboration: rather simple
Speed: rather fast





*All introduced items are personal samples provided by native speakers.
They do not confirm or deny any existing stereotypes about certain languages.
They may vary from and should not correlate to another person’s samples of the ‘same’ language.



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Any natural, artificial, human or machine languages are accepted. 
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