The search form of the application is divided into five different areas: Search, Result, Sensitivity, Filters, and Orthographic words. Find below the elements under each of these categories and the most important functionalities of the application.


Within the Search area, a single selector is shown, Type; this selector allows you to indicate the type of search you want to conduct. The following values are included:


In the area Result four selectors can be found: Result type, Sorting, Grouping and Page size.


You can choose whether our search will be case sensitive or not. If the checkboxes are unchecked, the application will search for matches regardless of their case.


You can filter or narrow down your search according to a series of variables. Click on the question mark symbol for further details. For example, you can filter the output according to: the speakers’ mother tongue (L1), the learners’ proficiency level(s), their gender, the age of the learner, the age at which the learner was exposed to English, etc.

Orthographic words / Grammatical elements

Depending on the value chosen in the selector, either a text box is displayed in this area, which allows you to search for orthographic words, or four independent boxes are displayed, which allow you to search for grammatical elements.

To search for grammatical elements, you can indicate the grammatical element, the morphosyntactic tag, the lemma and/or the orthographic word in which it is included. By clicking on the tag icon, you can access a friendly menu where you can enter the information corresponding to the morphosyntactic tag.

If you click on the button with the + symbol, shown on the right, additional grammatical elements can be indicated, these elements must appear after the previous ones.For example, if you want to find examples of the verb ‘stand’ followed by the adverb ‘up’, you should follow these steps:

If you have any queries or doubts regarding the use of this tool, please contact us using the contact form.