Grammatik


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Grammatik

An earlier grammar checking program for DOS, Windows, Macintosh and Unix that was developed by Reference Software and acquired by WordPerfect Corporation in 1993. Novell later acquired WordPerfect, which it then sold to Corel. U.S. government versions checked for usage according to the Government Printing Office and other military and civilian guides. The functionality of Grammatik remained in Corel's WordPerfect office suite. See grammar checker.
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Para analizar este punto de vista tenemos a disposicion un trabajo sumamente esclarecedor, que es el programa titulado Philosophische Grammatik (53).
Die grammatik bildet einen teil der sprachwissenschaft oder glottik.
Tilo Weber: Lexikon und Grammatik in Interaktion: Lexikalische Kategorisierungsprozesse im Deutschen.
Like a latter-day Casaubon searching for the key to all mythologies, Volker Nolle announces from the outset his intention to provide the 'Erforschung der Transzendentalien, der Grammatik der Phantasie resp.
The authors consider the "Grimmian Revolution"--the paradigm shift in the humanities that accompanied the publication of Jacob Grimm's Deutsche Grammatik during the 19th century--and its impact on 19th and early-20th century philology in the fields of medieval studies and language studies, and in the construction of Northern European national identities, mythologies, and folklore.
El danes Rasmus Rask escribe ya en 1814 una Gramatica comparada del antiguo nordico y del islandes (Vergleichende Grammatik des Altnordischen und des Islandischen), si bien no la publica hasta 1818, es decir, dos anos antes de la obra de Franz Bopp, en una gramatica historico-comparativa en la que, significativamente, el sanscrito no aparece.
El Archiv fur Lateinische Lexikographie und Grammatik lo cita, precisamente en el apartado 'Addenda lexicis latinis ', en la forma lacrimatorium, a la que atribuye el sentido de 'Thranensack am Auge' (4).
In tables 3 and 4, Flesch-Kincaid from the Grammatik program is labeled Flesch-Kincaid 1 with the same measure from the Readability Plus for Windows program as Flesch-Kincaid 2.
The readability of the brochure was assessed with Grammatik (Fry, 1977), the literacy of the participants with the Rapid Estimate of Adult Literacy (REALM) in Medicine test, and the suitability of the brochure was tested with the Suitability Assessment of Materials measure (Doak, Doak, & Root, 1993).