I am looking for pre-trained, downloadable English language models. Where can I find some good ones?

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    I see no reasons to close this question, although there is space for improvement: Should the language model be usable with a certain tool, what kind of language model are you interested in? Commented Dec 2, 2015 at 8:45
  • @jknappen Regarding the format: there should be some way (API, some open format, etc.) to use the language model in some application I write. E.g. Dragon NaturallySpeaking does have a trained, downloadable English language model, but it cannot be used in some other applications (at least without some good amount of data digging). Regarding the model: any model is fine, RNN, Kneser-Ney, etc. Commented Dec 3, 2015 at 17:32

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Here is one from the LINDAT/CLARIN repository (for a specialised domain, but Open Data):

ATCC: Pronunciation lexicon and n-gram counts for ASR module

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