Sentence and expression

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  • In this paper, we introduce a corpus of consumer reviews from the rateitall and the eopinions websites annotated with opinion-related information. We present a two-level annotation scheme. In the first stage, the reviews are analyzed at the sentence level for (i) relevancy to a given topic, and (ii) expressing an evaluation about the topic.

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  • The GMAT always prefers the sentence that expresses ideas most clearly and succintly. Although style is not usually the only thing that makes an answer choice correct you can very often use style elements, such as brevity, redundancy, or altered intent, to eliminate wrong answer choices.

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  • Although most NLP researchers agree that a level of "logical form" is a necessary step toward the goal of representing the meaning of a sentence, few people agree on the content and form of this level of representation. An even smaller number of people have considered the complex action sentences that are often expressed in taskoriented dialogues. Most existing logical form representations have been developed for single-clause sentences that express assertions about properties or actual actions and in which time is not a main concern.

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  • The paper describes GEMS, a system for Generating and Expressing the Meaning of Sentences, focussing on the generation task, i.e. how GEMS extracts a set of propositional units from a knowledge store that can be expressed with a well-formed sentence in a target language. GEMS is lexically distributed. After a central processor has selected the first unit(s) from the knowledge store and activated the corresponding lexical entry, the further construction of the sentences meaning is entrusted to the entries in the vocabulary.

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  • All writing begins with ideas that relate to one another. An author chooses words that express the ideas and chooses an arrangement of the words (syntax) that expresses the relationships between the ideas. Given this arrangement of words into phrases, clauses, and sentences, the author obeys grammar and punctuation rules to form a series of sentences that will impart the ideas.

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  • Apart from condemming tobacco companies and rising the price of cigarettes, the goverment's antismoking campain has failed to have any long-term affects, and the only people bennefitting from it are the Inland Revenue departement. Meanwhile, the National Health Service says it may refuse to treat persistant smokers. Of course, this hasn't prevented the big tobbaco companys spending vast amounts of money on advertiseing.

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  • 501 Grammar and Writing Questions begins with the basic mechanics of capitalization and punctuation, and then moves on to grammar and sentence structure. By the time you reach the section on paragraph development, you've already practiced on almost 300 questions.

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  • This book—which can be used alone, along with another writing-skills text of your choice, or in combination with the LeamiiigExpress publication. Writing Skills Success in 20 Minutes a Day—will give you practice dealing with capitalization, punctuation, basic grammar, sentence structure, organization, paragraph development, and essay writing.

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  • As a result, many English departments have restructured their developmental courses to focus on the process of writing, developing courses that have very little in common with each other from one campus to the next. Today, some developmental writing instructors teach the traditional exercises in grammar, others focus on journal and expressive writing, others emphasize sentence combining, and still others teach the writing of paragraphs and short essays.

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  • This book will work well in combination with almost any basic grammar and usage text. You will probably find it most helpful to give students a brief lesson in the particular operation they'll be learning—capitalization, punctuation, subject-verb agreement, pronoun agreement, sentence structure, style—and then have them spend the remainder of the session actually answering the questions in the sets.

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  • Writing Skills Success in 20 Minutes a Day—will give you practice dealing with capitalization, punctuation, basic grammar, sentence structure, organization, paragraph development, and essay writing.

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  • • Structure and Written Expression: To demonstrate their ability to recognize grammatically cor¬ rect English, examinees must either choose the correct way to complete sentences or find error* in sentences.

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  • By 2003 an explosion in political, legislative and academic interest in the field of trafficking and smuggling of human beings in Europe was well underway. It was in part a reflection of the international concern regarding smuggling and trafficking which was expressed in the United Nations Convention against Transnational Organised Crime and two draft protocols, one to Prevent, Suppress and Punish Trafficking in Persons, especially Women and Children and the other to combating smuggling of persons which supplement the convention adopted in 2000....

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  • We propose an automatic method of extracting paraphrases from definition sentences, which are also automatically acquired from the Web. We observe that a huge number of concepts are defined in Web documents, and that the sentences that define the same concept tend to convey mostly the same information using different expressions and thus contain many paraphrases. We show that a large number of paraphrases can be automatically extracted with high precision by regarding the sentences that define the same concept as parallel corpora. ...

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  • – THE SAT WRITING SECTION – Identifying Sentence Errors Each of the following sentences has four underlined words or phrases. Read each sentence and determine which underlined portion, if any, has an error in grammar, usage, word choice, or idiom (standard expression). If there is no error, select choice (e). No sentence has more than one error. 1. Although he is best known for his Sherlock Holmes series, Sir Arthur Conan Doyle having penned dozens (a) (b) (c) of stories and novels that did not include his beloved sleuth. No error (d) (e) 2.

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  • Web search is an information-seeking activity. Often times, this amounts to a user seeking answers to a question. However, queries, which encode user’s information need, are typically not expressed as full-length natural language sentences — in particular, as questions. Rather, they consist of one or more text fragments.

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  • In the Japanese language, as a predicate is placed at the end of a sentence, the content of a sentence cannot be inferred until reaching the end. However, when the content is complicated and the sentence is long, people want to know at an earlier stage in the sentence whether the content is negative, affirmative, or interrogative. In Japanese, the grammatical form called the KO-OU relation exists. The KO-OU relation is a kind of concord. If a KO element appears, then an OU element appears in the latter part of a sentence. ...

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  • We propose a novel algorithm for sentiment summarization that takes account of informativeness and readability, simultaneously. Our algorithm generates a summary by selecting and ordering sentences taken from multiple review texts according to two scores that represent the informativeness and readability of the sentence order. The informativeness score is defined by the number of sentiment expressions and the readability score is learned from the target corpus. We evaluate our method by summarizing reviews on restaurants. ...

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  • We investigate the expression of opinions about human entities in user-generated content (UGC). A set of 2,800 online news comments (8,000 sentences) was manually annotated, following a rich annotation scheme designed for this purpose. We conclude that the challenge in performing opinion mining in such type of content is correctly identifying the positive opinions, because (i) they are much less frequent than negative opinions and (ii) they are particularly exposed to verbal irony.

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  • This paper proposes a method of selecting important sentences from a text based on the evaluation of the connectivity between sentences by using surface information. We assume that the title of a text is the most concise statement which expresses the most essential information of the text, and that the closer a sentence relates to an important sentence, the more important this sentence is. Se

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