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[ESW Wiki] Update of "its0908LinguisticMarkup" by GoutamSaha

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           computational linguistic related metadata information in the
           structure of an XML document towards better translation.]] 
  
-    [[ GS- '''XML Schema authors should prefer to use attributes for 
+           '''XML Schema authors should prefer to use attributes for 
            metadata information because of their better flexibility and portability.'''
            XML content authors having school level language grammar knowledge will 
            not find any difficulty in marking up such language specific information.
@@ -79, +79 @@

  
             or, for the link-word say, "Here", we might markup in the following way:
            
-            {{{'''<pos_cat name="link"> Here </pos_cat>''' }}} ]] 
+            {{{<pos_cat name="link"> Here 
+               </pos_cat> }}} 
  
  '''For the following Bengali or Bangla dialect sentence'''  
  "Kaam (Kaaj in Bangla or Work in english)  Saira Falo (Shesh Koro in
@@ -131, +132 @@

  
  '''Background Knowledge for Word-Level Parts-of-Speech Markups:-'''
  
- A "verb" plays an important role for a word level markup or parts-of-speech.
+ A verb plays an important role for a word level markup or parts-of-speech.
- '''A verb is a doing word'''. Joining verb is a combination of noun followed by verb.
+ __A verb is a doing word.__ Joining verb is a combination of noun followed by verb.
  Compound verb is a combination of two verbs. Primary verb can express complete meaning
  without the need of any other verb. Auxiliary verb helps to express tense, mood and voice. 
  A verb that has an object is called transitive verb. Intransitive verb has no object. Noun
  verb is derived from a noun. Imperative verb is to denote an order, request or command.
+ __Non-Finite Verb or Verbal__ (think "unfinished") cannot, by themselves be 
+ main verbs. For example, the verb "broken" in  "The broken window fell down."
+ __Causative Verbs__ designate the action necessary to cause another action to 
+ happen.
+ For example, the verb "made" in "He made me do it." The verb "made" causes the
+ "do" to happen. Other causative verbs are say, help, allow, motivate, make, force
+ etc.
+ __Phrasal / Group Verbs__ consist of a verb and a preposition. The resulting 
+ combination creates a new verb. For example,  the "called off" in 
+ "The Chairman called off the meeting." is a group or phrasal verb. Other
+ examples are: turn up, put on, put off, get down, called on etc. 
  
- ''A noun is a naming word.'' Proper Noun names a specific people or place or 
+ __''A noun is a naming word.''__ Proper Noun names a specific people or place or 
  thing (e.g. Goutam, Kolkata, India).  Common Noun is refers to a class of objects 
  or a concept as opposed to a particular individual (e.g. boy, cow). Collective 
  Noun is a  noun that denotes a group of individuals (e.g. army, assembly, family).
@@ -249, +261 @@

   We may consider a content with a sentence, for example, "He played in Odyssey."
   
   -----
- 
+ {{{
   <content_domain name="literature" type="drama">
      ....
      ....
@@ -264, +276 @@

        .........
        .........
   </content_domain>
+ }}}
  
   ------
  
@@ -288, +301 @@

  Developers can categorize the linguistic-related metadata information in the following ways.
     Metadata information may vary little from one language to another language.
     
+  {{{ 
-    Content Domain
+   Content Domain
   
     <content_domain>
    	<it> 
@@ -501, +515 @@

  		<right_parenthesis>
  		<mid_sentence>
  		<other_punctuation>
- 
+ }}}
  ================
  
  A typical schema of the content_domain is shown below.
+ 
+ {{{
  
  <?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8" standalone="yes"?>
  <xs:schema xmlns:xs="http://www.w3.org/2001/XMLSchema"   elementFormDefault="qualified">
@@ -788, +804 @@

  	</xs:complexType>
  </xs:element>
  </xs:schema>
+ }}}
  
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