Syllable Count – What Does the Number of Syllables in a Text Show?

A syllable is a single, unbroken sound (phoneme) that is found in a written or spoken word and is often referred to as ‘beats’ in words. They can be made up of either one vowel sound or a combination of vowels and consonants.  When it comes to communicating in a...

What Do The CEFR Levels Really Mean?

In some of its tools, Text Inspector uses a scale called the CEFR to assess the English language level of a text.  Widely used across Europe, it was originally created to be a reference tool to guide the learning of languages across the countries of Europe as the...

Lexical Diversity: An Interview with Aris Xanthos

Aris Xanthos is a lecturer and researcher in Humanities Computing at the University of Lausanne, CEO at LangTech Sàrl. and creator of the open-source software Textable. He also developed both the tagger tool and contributed to the lexical diversity tools that Text...
What Do The CEFR Levels Really Mean?

What Do The CEFR Levels Really Mean?

In some of its tools, Text Inspector uses a scale called the CEFR to assess the English language level of a text.  Widely used across Europe, it was originally created to be a reference tool to guide the learning of languages across the countries of Europe as the...

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Get Involved with Text Inspector

Are you a Text Inspector Super User? We are looking for a panel of experienced Text Inspector subscribers to get involved and help us improve and promote our industry-leading text analysis tool for the future. Do you use Text Inspector on a regular basis for your...

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