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Swedish grammar quizes
Adjektiv1
Adjektiv2
Adjektiv eller adverb?1
blandat 1
Någon, något, några
possesivapronomen
prepositioner2
prep3
prep4
prep5
Prepositioner
PrepositionerQ
Pronomen 1
Pronomen 2
Pronomen 3
Substantiv 2
Substantiv 3
Tidsord 1
Tyck! Tänk! Tro!
Vara/bli
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3 days ago by dicewitch
For Whomever the Bell Tolls | Arrant Pedantry
"The traditional rule is that the role in the relative clause wins. If it’s the subject of the relative clause, use whoever. If it’s the object of the relative clause, use whomever."
who  whom  arrantpedantry  grammar  canonical  whoever  whomever  2017 
3 days ago by handcoding
Correcting your iPhone’s Pronunciation | iLounge Tips
We wrote a few years ago about how to help Siri recognize difficult names that you speak to your iPhone, but if you regularly use the voice features to have your iPhone read text to you, you may get annoyed with the constant mispronunciation of certain words — especially proper names, which are almost always tricky. Fortunately, there’s actually a way you can teach the correct pronunciation of certain words to your iPhone (or other iOS device).
Simply take a trip into your Settings app, and then into General, Accessibility, Speech. In addition to options for configuring voices and rate of speech, you’ll find a “Pronunciations” option down at the bottom. In here, you can type in words that your iPhone often gets wrong and then either phonetically type or simply dictate the correct pronunciations; when dictating, you’ll be offered a list of close phonetic matches, which you can tap to listen to and select the closest one to the correct pronunciation. In addition, you can choose which languages, voices that the pronunciation should be applied to, and even only have it active within certain specific apps if you so desire.
Unfortunately, much like the long list of additional voices that are available, the pronunciation settings only apply to the VoiceOver and text-to-speech features; Siri will sadly ignore whatever you set here and continue to mangle your friends’ names when speaking them back to you.
iphone  siri  speech  grammar  language 
7 days ago by rgl7194
Fuzzing Grammars in Python: gramfuzz | Exodus Intelligence
gramfuzz doesn’t rely on a separate language or grammars defined in *BNF (although they will be importable in the future). Instead, grammars are defined directly in Python.
python  fuzz  grammar  bnf-like 
7 days ago by ianmclaury

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