Latest Syntax Stories
Neuroscientists at the University of Oregon have captured conclusive evidence that people detect and process grammatical errors with no awareness of doing so.
This contradicts the common understanding that word-order develops in accordance with a set of universal rules, applicable to all languages.
Most people are familiar with the concept that sentences have syntax.
An Australian-American team of investigators has made novel discoveries about the human ability to predict what other people are about to say.
Saroi is a general tool which, apart from dealing with errors, is used for making consultations about structure in the trees of analysis and for undertaking searches for linguistic structures in such trees.
BALTIMORE, Aug. 14 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- Calvert Education Services is pleased to announce the debut of innovative home-based, online skills workshops designed for middle school students. These four week courses are designed to boost academic skills in Grammar and Math.
PORTLAND, Ore., July 10 /PRNewswire/ -- Newmium -- http://www.newmium.com -- is rapidly achieving a reputation as one of the most forward-thinking high-tech companies on the Internet.
Online tools will help physicians determine treatment strategies NATICK, Mass.
Australia, L.A., Dominican Republic Lead Way - Recession Delivers Hard-to-Pass-Up Deals BOSTON, May 14 /PRNewswire/ -- SmarterTravel(R), a comprehensive travel advice resource for the budget-conscious traveler, today announced the top vacation destinations for summer that won't break the bank.
BRITISH Airways is to offer redundancy packages to managers as part of the airline's battle to cut costs, it emerged yesterday. It is thought the offer of voluntary redundancy will be made to around 1,400 staff, but with no plans for compulsory redundancies.
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