grammar analysis

grammar analysis

A program written in ABC for answering such questions as "what are the start symbols of all rules", "what symbols can follow this symbol", "which rules are left recursive", and so on. Includes a grammar of ISO Pascal.

Version 1 by Steven Pemberton <Steven.Pemberton@cwi.nl>. Ports to Unix, MS-DOS, Atari, Macintosh. FTP: ftp.eu.net, ftp.nluug.net programming/languages/abc/examples/grammar/.
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It's perhaps the dubious glamour of crime that appeals to some students when faced with resources based on forensic linguistics, but others are attracted by the problem-soling approach of the field, and once they're hooked you can build in a bit more grammar analysis than you might normally expect them to cope with.
One of the sections she chose to engage students in the functional grammar analysis strategies was the following:
Among the strengths of the course, they highlighted not only the opportunity for students to be involved in contextualized grammar analysis, but also tutors' enhancement of their own personal grammar skills.
Students and teacher can then compare their functional grammar analysis with the correct analysis of the prepared text.
He then outlines the details of building large and complex grammars and translators, and discusses ANTLR's predicated-LL(*) parsing strategy and grammar analysis errors.
The very heavy problem solving in physics, chemistry, algebra, and geometry and the literary and grammar analysis, for example, in which students engaged cannot at all count as passive learning, except if learning is considered passive so long as the student is not the central figure and determinant of the learning situation.
They would in the first instance have difficulty constructing their own functional grammar analysis for the texts they use in the classroom, and secondly they would experience further difficulties translating the analysis into a commentary for teaching primary level children.