I'm looking for an American English Corpus with spoken language exchange. There are many terms used. E.g. eTandem, tandem, etc. TIA
As jlawyer states Micase might have something useful for you. It contains some language tutorials. You certainly could use ANTCONC with Micase, it really depends exactly what you want to investigate. It might be worth considering annotating relevant excerpts with a general annotation tool such as Amber Stubbs's MAE.
A Survey of Available Corpora For Building Data-Driven Dialogue Systems (PDF), recently published by researchers at the Université de Montréal and McGill, has a good overview.
The relevant section Human-Human Spoken Corpora gives overviews and links to:
- Switchboard dataset
- British National Corpus
- CALLHOME American English Speech Corpus
- CALLFRIEND American English-Non-Southern Dialect Corpus
- Bergen Corpus of London Teenager Language
- Longman Spoken American Corpus
I won't list them all here.
Further down you will find Constrained Spoken Corpora (domain-specific) and Scripted Spoken Corpora (films).
You can see The Open American National Corpus with free online n-grams search engine or download.