I'm a student of computational linguistics, and I write ConTeXt in Kile.
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Where were “should”, “shall”, and “must” in the 18th Century?
“Bring 6 eggs. If there are potatoes, bring 9.”
Are there 20,000 English words in the average adult's vocabulary?
What is it called when an antecedent noun follows the pronoun?
What are some alternatives to Chomskian generative grammar?
Which language would be easiest for a computer to parse?
How can you describe someone who gives up too easily?
Is the Sanskrit spoken natively in pockets in India changing?
Is there a standard corpus against which to benchmark mechanical parsers?
How can one prove that an apple is not an orange?
What's the proper interpretation of: “I was kissed by a girl twice”?
Adjectives that do not have predicative position
Is “am going” a verb phrase?
Orchestra Without a Score
What is an example of a syntactic structure that can't be represented by a BNF grammar?
Looking for a good beginners reference to learn computational linguistics
ConTeXt: Cannot typeset four consecutive hyphens