Higher Level Sentence Processing

1. Which statement about the parser is incorrect?

  • It processes grammar and builds structures that relate to your native language
  • Allows us to use the grammar of our native language very quickly
  • Takes in the individual word representations in order
  • The meaning of a sentence can only be fully understood after the syntax has been parsed
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2. In this model, the structure that is easier to build is usually preferred.

  • Constraint-satisfaction model
  • Good-enough processing
  • Unrestricted race model
  • Garden-path model

3. In this model, multiple possibilities are considered but they aren't activated equally.

  • Good-enough processing
  • Garden-path model
  • Constraint-satisfaction model
  • Unrestricted race model

4. In this model, just one possibility is considered based on grammatical rules only.

  • Garden-path model
  • Good-enough processing
  • Constraint-satisfaction model
  • Unrestricted race model

5. In this model, processing happens until the result is good enough to get on with the task at hand.

  • Unrestricted race model
  • Garden-path model
  • Good-enough processing
  • Constraint-satisfaction model

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