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In this paper a design and application of corpus in computational linguistics is proposed based on multimedia technology in order to solve the problem of the combination of corpus technology and multimedia teaching methods. The hardware interface circuit is created based on the USB interface board, and the S3C6410 CPU is chosen to build a multimedia embedded processor. The proposed study is primarily concerned with creating and using a corpus for computational linguistics that is based on multimedia virtual technology. Multimedia virtual technologies will be employed in this study to set up an environment that is appropriate for gathering and analyzing linguistic data. The goal is to offer a language analysis method that is more effective and efficient, as standard approaches have trouble dealing with complex and varied data sources. The accuracy, scope, and variety of the language data are anticipated to be improved by the suggested methodology. The research also suggests a possible way to improve the Corpus’s design and use in computational linguistics. In this study, encouraging results and an in-depth examination of important issues, such as reliability, validity, and efficiency, are examined. These issues should be measured when considering whether adopting a new technology is the right decision. According to the testing findings, the authors' shared system had the least reaction time-about 1.9 seconds. In conclusion, the author's corpus is more adaptable, usable, and practical for use in the classroom.