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syntax in Grammar topic

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishsyntaxsyn‧tax /ˈsɪntæks/ ●○○ noun [uncountable] technical  1 SLGthe way words are arranged to form sentences or phrases, or the rules of grammar which control this2 TDthe rules that describe how words and phrases are used in a computer language
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syntaxIn computational linguistics the main approaches for implementing syntax can be broadly classified as either rule-based or probabilistic.And it does so in syntax which calls for quite a feat of structuring and interpreting.But even in such constructions the contributions of syntax can be obscure.Inflections, positions, and signpost words are the mainstay of syntax.Cureton would surely do better to rely on syntax to determine rhythmic grouping at this level.The mistakes made when reading seem to involve the syntax of the sentence.But if the lexicon is not complete, then neither is the syntax, semantics or phonology likely to be.The case will establish whether the syntax of computer languages can be held copyright.