The weirdest languages We’re in the business of natural language processing with lots of different languages. In the last six months, we’ve worked on (big breath): English, Portuguese (Brazilian and from Portugal), Spanish, Italian, French, Russian, German, Turkish, Arabic, Japanese, Greek, Mandarin Chinese, Persian, Polish, Dutch, Swedish, Serbian, Romanian, Korean, Hungarian, Bulgarian, Hindi, Croatian, Czech, Ukrainian, Finnish, Hebrew, Urdu, Catalan, Slovak, Indonesian, Malay, Vietnamese, Bengali, Thai, and a bit on Latvian, Estonian, Lithuanian, Kurdish, Yoruba, Amharic, Zulu, Hausa, Kazakh, Sindhi, Punjabi, Tagalog, Cebuano, Danish, and Navajo. Natural language processing (NLP) is about finding patterns in language—for example, taking heaps of unstructured text and automatically pulling out its structure. The open secret about NLP is that it’s very English-centric.
TranslateLite - Free Translator The UtilityChest™ toolbar offers a large variety of tools to boost your online productivity The UtilityChest™ toolbar offers convenient web search, homepage and default search. More info We are also offering optional full browsing and search experience engaging with your homepage and default search Windows 8, 7,Vista, XP Learning American History Through Movies & Free Timeline Movie Homeschooling I could not find a chronological list of movies of American History so I made the one below. First I created a timeline from 1630 to 2000 into 12 eras and listed the most important people and events. (You can download a 8.5×11 printable version below. ) Then I found period movies for each time period listed below (I will continue to add to this list). NOTE: The timeline is copyrighted. Please use for personal use only.
Watch the "JESUS" Film Email and Share You are here: Home / Film & Media / Watch the "JESUS" Film And all of The JESUS Film Project's resources You can now watch the "JESUS" film in your language at Hebrew language study resources If you decide to become a student of the Hebrew Scriptures (39 books of the Old Covenant), having at least a basic knowledge of the Hebrew language, would be beneficial. With this knowledge you will be able to effectively use an interlinear, concordance and lexicon to research the deeper meanings of certain words and phrases in the Old Testament. Every translator of a Bible has to choose words in another language that seldom fully reflect the full meaning of the original language.
Writing Against the Clock: 5 Tips For Writing When You Have No Time Before I had my son, I often felt like I was just a child pretending to be an adult. I would pay the mortgage, do my job, clean the house—but I never really felt like an authentic grown-up. However, becoming a mother has changed everything. Another human being depends on me completely. He needs me to feed him three square meals a day (plus snacks), ensure he is entertained, comfort him when he is hurting, and make him feel loved and supported each minute of his life. 4 Undisputable Facts FACT #1: Lord vs. LORD Throughout most current Scriptures we see the word "Lord" spelled sometimes with a capital "L" and then lower case "ord" to equal "Lord."
Free Stuff! Here are the homeschool materials I create for my children and share with you. I make these for my own children, so they reflect what I want my children to learn…meaning that most of these have Bible elements to them :) Join the Yahoo Group if you want to receive an email from me when I create something new. For instance I created the American Revolution Lapbook back in the summer, but it didn’t make it onto the blog until we did it in February. Most recently created: Free A to Z Scripture Copywork This is a post by Free Homeschool Deals contributor Beth Gorden from 123Homeschool4Me! Recently I created Family Scripture Verse Cards that the whole family can use to learn together. Today I wanted to share the coordinating copywork. If you have older children, I also created blank and cursive scripture copywork. There is a scripture coordinating with letters A to Z for your child to trace. This is great for children just learning to write (Preschool and Kindergarten) and those learning alongside other homeschooled children.
How to do a Hebraic Study In order to make a proper interpretation of the Biblical text one must view the text from an ancient Hebrew's perspective rather than from our modern western perspective. Even if you do not know Hebrew there are resources available to assist you in your studies of the Hebrew text behind the English translation. Some of the resources you will need are an English translation of the Bible and a concordance with Strong's dictionary keyed to the translation you are using such as the Strong's Concise Concordance. . To demonstrate this study process let us research the word "rejoice" as found in the King James Version.