Tatoeba.org Native Speakers
This section of a4esl.com is temporary and will eventually be deleted.
Short, easy-to-remember URL to this page
http://bit.ly/nativespeakers

To help maintain the quality of the Tatoeba Corpus, it is best to translate from sentences by native speakers into your own native language.
Table: The number of sentences on tatoeba.org that were owned by usernames on this list in their own natives languages.
DateNative Speaker Sentences% NativeTotal SentencesLanguages with Native SpeakersIdentified Native Speakers
2014-02-221,953,63466.58%2,934,11853 (out of 131)891
2013-11-301,814,14365.67%2,762,21952 (out of 131)861
MoreSee the complete table at the bottom of this page.

Information

Why This List?

  • Knowing who the native speakers are will help you find trustworthy sentences that you can translate into your own native language.

    Disclaimer

    More Data

    Contact

    Why Is a List of Native Speakers Important?

    More

    Stats

    Table: The number of sentences on tatoeba.org that were owned by usernames on this list in their own natives languages.
    DateNative Speaker Sentences% NativeTotal SentencesLanguages with Native SpeakersIdentified Native Speakers
    2014-02-221,953,63466.58%2,934,11853 (out of 131)891
    2013-11-301,814,14365.67%2,762,21952 (out of 131)861
    2013-11-021,765,81265.43%2,698,44152 (out of 131)840
    2013-09-071,699,91265.40%2,599,21151 (out of 131)807
    2013-06-151,533,25164.56%2,374,82049765
    2013-04-131,461,40664.58%2,263,055??
    2012-03-10809,337?39478
    2011-11-13632,531?36398
    earlier?I didn't archive this info.?

    Notes

  • Current Trustworthiness of the Tatoeba Corpus
    This is based on the assumption that all native speaker sentences should be trusted without a doubt and non-native speaker sentences should not be blindly trusted. This also assumes that all links between languages are accurate. We've all seen bad native speaker sentences, good non-native speaker sentences, and also seen bad links between sentences, so this is not a percent aimed at trying to determine accuracy, but on perceived trustworthiness, based on the stated assumption.