syntactic error

syntactic error

[sin′tak·tik ′er·ər]
(computer science)
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The errors are classified first according to their type in one of the seven main categories ranked in order (Wrong Term, Syntactic Error, Omission, Word Structure or Agreement Error, Misspelling, Punctuation Error, Miscellaneous Error), and secondly, according to their severity in one of the two subcategories (minor and major).
Syntactic error diagnosis in the context of computer assisted language learning.
In Figure 5, the user has made a syntactic error by positioning the cursor before the "s" rather than under it.
Determining the Extent of Lookahead in Syntactic Error Repair
The issue that many articles are being sent without a more thorough reading of the advisor, with even spelling and syntactic errors has been brought up.
Kana letters are more comparable to alphabetical letters, and problems concerning them seemed to be more common, such as letter omission and syntactic errors.
In turn, Bhela (1999) investigates Ll-based syntactic errors in written compositions of four different non-native English speakers.
AEE systems can recognize certain types of errors, including syntactic errors, and offer automated feedback on correcting these errors.
However, if the source sentence is in reporting form using reporting verbs, it most likely generates a question without syntactic errors because this type of sentence is normally simple and transformation rules for this type of source sentence are well defined.
It indeed needed some editing with regards to syntactic errors.
Tahaineh (2010) has stated that Arab students' errors in writing mainly fall in the category of syntax and grammar and quoted Hashim's (1996) findings who reviewed and analyzed a number of studies conducted on Arab EFL learners' syntactic errors and stated that Arab learners' errors can be categorized in seven syntactic subcategories: prepositions verbs articles conjunctions relative clauses adverbial clauses and sentence structure.