The goal of this chapter is to answer the following questions: How can we use a formal grammar to describe the structure of an unlimited set of sentences? If a computer succeeds in passing itself off as human in this "imitation game" or "Turing Test" as it is popularly knownthen according to Turing, we should be prepared to say that the computer can think and can be said to be intelligent.
We'll write [A1, It is one thing to be a frightened child; it is an altogether different matter to be a frightening child.
The resulting object is essentially just a dictionary that maps logical expressions treated as strings to appropriate values. We won't take a stand on this issue, but instead will introduce the main approaches. Do you want to go up to your professor after class and say that you are confused or that you are confusing?
A- Adjectives The most common of the so-called a- adjectives are ablaze, afloat, afraid, aghast, alert, alike, alive, alone, aloof, ashamed, asleep, averse, awake, aware.
It is kinder to say that "This is the least beautiful city in the state. Directional and seasonal adjectives are not capitalized unless they're part of a title: We took the northwest route during the spring thaw.
Let's look at a concrete example. Could really it be that both the pro-Israel and anti-Israel are right?
The fact that we can substitute He for The little bear indicates that the latter sequence is a unit.