English Logal-Concept
Term|Name-Rules #h0#


They are the rules the language uses to CREATE its terms-of-logal-concepts. #h0.1p1#

1.1) English NOUN-CASE Term-Rules #h0.1.1#

1) by adding a sufix on its lg-concept's--name:
rlEngTrmNnCs11: plural with -s: car, cars, car's, cars'.
rlEngTrmNnCs12: plural with -es if ends with -ch|sh|o|x: box, boxes, box's, boxes'.
rlEngTrmNnCs13: plural with -es if ends with -s: bus, buses, bus's|bus', buses'. #h0.1.1p1#

2) by changing the sufix of its lg-concept's--name:
rlEngTrmNnCs21: plural with -ves if ends with -f|fe: leaf, leaves, leaf's, leaves', knife, knives, knife's, knives'.
rlEngTrmNnCs22: plural with -ies if ends with -y & consonant: entity/entities, boy/boys #h0.1.1p2#

3) irreguraly:
rlEngTrmNnCs31: irregular-diferent: man, men, man's, men's.
rlEngTrmNnCs32: irregular-same:
rlEngTrmNnCs33: irregular-only singular:
rlEngTrmNnCs34: irregular-only plural: #h0.1.1p3#

4) multi-word:
rlEngTrmNnCs4aXX: multi-word-change-first: definition of a concept, definitions of a concept.
rlEngTrmNnCs4bXX: multi-word-change-last: definition of concept, definition of concepts.
rlEngTrmNnCs4cXXYY: multi-word-change-both: process or relation, processes or relations. #h0.1.1p4#

1.2) English VERB Term-Rules #h0.1.2#

1) by adding a sufix on its lg-concept's--name:
rlEngTrmVrb11: -ed-ing-s (regular): climb, climbed, climbing, climbs,
rlEngTrmVrb12: -xed-xing-s: stop, stopped, stopping, stops
rlEngTrmVrb13: -led-ling-s: travel, travelled|traveled, travelling|traveling, travels
rlEngTrmVrb14: -ed-ing-es (-ch|sh|o|ss|x): miss, watch, finish, go, mix, #h0.1.2p1#

2) by changing the sufix of its lg-concept's--name:
rlEngTrmVrb21: -e-ed-ing-es: like, liked, liking, likes,
rlEngTrmVrb22: -y-ied-ying-ies: study, studied, studying, studies #h0.1.2p2#

3) irregularly:
rlEngTrmVrb31: irregular: go, went, gone, going, goes. #h0.1.2p3#

1.3) English NOUN-ADJECTIVE Term-Rules #h0.1.3#

The adjectives have one term-of-logal-concept for singular|plural and degrees. #h0.1.3p1#

1) by adding a sufix on its lg-concept's--name:
rlEngTrmNnAj11: dark, dark-er, dark-est, wise, wise-r, wise-st.
rlEngTrmNnAj12: fat, fat-ter, fat-test. #h0.1.3p2#

2) by changing the sufix of its lg-concept's--name and adding a sufix:
rlEngTrmNnAj21: happ-y, happ-ier, happ-iest, #h0.1.3p3#

3) by adding more most:
rlEngTrmNnAj31: careful, more-careful, most-careful, #h0.1.3p4#

4) irregularly:
rlEngTrmNnAj41: good, better, best.
rlEngTrmNnAj42: without degrees: #h0.1.3p5#


They are the rules a language uses to create the lg-concept's--terms of a logal-concept, IF we know its lg-concept's--name. #h0.2p1#

2.1) English NOUN-CASE Name-Rule #h0.2.1#

We note that a unique name-rule corresponds to each name:
1) if the name ends in -ch|sh|o|s|x, it has plural in -es (rlEngTrmNnCs12): torch-es, brush-es, tomat-oes, bus-es, box-es.
2) if it ends in -f|fe, it converts it to -ves (rlEngTrmNnCs21): lea-f/lea-ves, kni-fe/kni-ves.
3) if it ends in -y, it adds an -s if there is a vowel before -y(rlEngTrmNnCs11) or it verrts the -y to -ies (rlEngTrmNnCs22): bo-y/bo-ys, entit-y/entit-ies
4) all the rest add an -s for the plural form (rlEngTrmNnCs11): car/cars. #h0.2.1p1#

2.2) English VERB Name-Rule #h0.2.2#

Verbs, like nouns, have a unique name-rule for each name:
1) if the name ends in a consonant a) if the previous vowel is stressed, it doubles the consonant (rlEngTrmVrb12): stop, stopped, stopping, stops. b) if the previous vowel is not stresse, if the consonant is -l, it doubles it (rlEngTrmVrb13). Otherwise it creates its forms regurarly (rlEngTrmVrb11).
2) if the name ends in -e (rlEngTrmVrb21): like, liked, liking, likes
3) if the name ends in -ch|sh|o|ss|x (rlEngTrmVrb14): watch, watch-ed, watch-ing, watch-es
4) if the name ends in -y: a) study, studied, studying, studies, if there is a consonant before the -y (rlEngTrmVrb22) b) play, played, playing, plays, if there is a vowel (rlEngTrmVrb11).
5) the rest as: climb, climb-ed, climb-ing, climb-s (rlEngTrmVrb11). #h0.2.2p1#

2.3) English NOUN-ADJECTIVE Name-Rule #h0.2.3#

Προϋπόθεση για να βρίσκει το πρόγραμμα τους τύπους των αγγλικών-επιθέτων (παραθετικά) δοθέντος του πρώτου-τύπου αυτών είναι να μπορεί να βρεί τις συλλαβές τους. Αλλά από το γραπτό-αγγλικό-λόγο ΔΕΝ μπόρεσα να βρω άκρη πάνω στο θέμα αυτό. Κάθε βοήθεια είναι καλοδεχούμενη. Έτσι το πρόγραμμα παρουσιάζει τον κανόνα χωρίς να μπορεί να τον εφαρμόσει. #h0.2.3p1#

Table-of-Contents #h0.toc#

File ToC:
   ⇨Noun-case Term-Rules
   ⇨Verb Term-Rules
   ⇨Noun-adjective Term-Rules
   ⇨Noun-case Name-Rules
   ⇨Verb Name-Rules
   ⇨Noun-adjective Name-Rules

AAj ToC:
   ⇨ Schema
   ⇨ The-59-SBConcepts
   ⇨ Misc-SBConcepts
   ⇨ Bibliography
   ⇨ Komo
SSS-Paper (1990)

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