An Approach for Checking Grammar for Telugu Language Compound Sentences

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Format: Volume 4, Issue 2, No 2, 2016.

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Year of Publication: 2016

Author: V.Suresh,M.S.Prasad Babu

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Abstract

A Grammar Checking for Telugu Language Compound Sentences is one of the basic applications of the Natural Language Processing. A sentence composed of single independent clause is called a simple sentence and a sentence having more than one independent clause is a compound sentence. Once the sentence is identified as compound or complex sentence, the next step is to identify its pattern. After identification of patterns, various clauses present in the sentence are extracted and grammar checking is performed on them. For grammar checking of compound sentence, it is necessary to identify the structure of these sentences. The structure of compound sentence can be identified on the basis of number of clauses and types of clauses present in them. This study will be helpful in identifying and separating the compound sentences from Telugu language. Also this study will be helpful in developing other Natural Language Processing (NLP) applications like converting a compound sentence in simple sentences, grammar checking of compound sentences.

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Keywords

NLP, Compound Sentences, Independent clause, Dependent clause.

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