Language Technology Resources The JRC-Names RDF representation is based on lemon Lexicon Model for Ontologies, a model which allows the expression of lexical information relative to ontologies. JRC entities are modeled as instances of DBpedia classes (dbpedia:Person and dbpedia:Organisation) and the multilingual lexicalizations of their names and function names are represented as Lexical Entries of lemon Lexicons. Various other types of linguistic information and metadata are expressed using standardized vocabularies (LexInfo, OLiA, ISOCat, Lexvo, DCTerms, etc.). This new linked data edition has a SPARQL endpoint access through the European Union’s Open Data Portal, with examples of queries such as: The resource is also referenced on the datahub.io portal as JRC-Names. Additional information is available on the EU Open Data Portal: A complete description of the Linked Data version of JRC-Names (version 1) was published in the paper below.
Article Rewriter Tool - Reword or Paraphrase Text Content 25 Common Phrases That You're Saying Wrong Being a freelance writer, I often find myself messing up common phrases. When I’m unsure, I do a quick Google search to make sure that what I’m writing is actually what I’m trying to say. This inspired me to come up with a list of common phrases that people frequently get wrong. Here’s my list of common phrases that you might be saying incorrectly. The phrases on the left are incorrect, the ones on the right are correct. 1: Nip it in the butt vs. Nipping something in the bud means that you’re putting an end to it before it has a chance to grow or start. 2: I could care less vs. Saying that you could care less about a topic implies that you do care about it at least a little. 3: One in the same vs.One and the same When you really sit and think about it, “one in the same” doesn’t mean anything at all. 4: You’ve got another thing coming vs. This is one of those phrases where the incorrect usage actually does make sense and has become its own phrase. 5: Each one worse than the next vs.
tbxPageDownload Download IATE IATE is a living database, i.e. translators and terminologists are continuously updating its content. In 2013, almost 97 000 new terms were added and 158 000 existing terms where modified. These changes were also reviewed and validated. Using the IATE search interface ( thus ensures that you are accessing the most complete and up-to-date data. The download file contains about 8 million terms in 24 official EU languages. For information on the data structure and the data categories included in the download file, please see: IATE Data fields explained You can download the file by clicking on the link below. IATE_download_25062014.zip (Publication date: 25/06/2014) Statistics The download file contains 1.3 million concepts. Conditions for use Download IATE, European Union, [year]. You are not allowed to reproduce or distribute the Download IATE page or the IATE logo without prior permission. Contact
Paragraph Scrambler Return to the Persuasion Website Homepage Writing is difficult partially because we don't always know what we are trying to say. In fact, often we are just writing toward an idea, rather than conveying the idea to someone else. It's during the revision process that we can take whatever occurred to us as it occurred to us, and put it in an order the makes the most sense to someone else. Soc. I am a maiden of bronze and lie on the tomb of Midas. Soc. The point: Any paragraph whose sentences can be written in any order is formless and therefore less meaningful than it might be. Instructions: Cut a paragraph from any online text, or from your own writing, and paste it into the space below.
Feelings and Emotions Vocabulary Word List Advertisement. EnchantedLearning.com is a user-supported site. As a bonus, site members have access to a banner-ad-free version of the site, with print-friendly pages.Click here to learn more. (Already a member? More Word Lists TBX Format What is TBX? The TermBase eXchange format (TBX format) is an exchange format that standardizes the presentation of terminology databases and renders it exchangeable between different tools or translators with a minimum of information loss. TBX-Basic Along with the official TBX format, there is the TBX-Basic format - a lighter version of TBX that comprises fewer data categories than the official TBX standard. The following step-by-step instructions will help you learn how to import existing termbases in TBX format. crossTermImport Wizard Start the crossTerm Import Wizard. icon in the toolbar, or via >>Tools >>Import... in the menu bar. Once the wizard has started, click Next >. First select "TBX" as import format. Import template If you created an import template during a previous import (see step 11), you can select it now. Click Next >. First, select the TBX file you want to import. Select the file you want to import and click Open. Import Mode Log file Then click Next >. Example Example
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