A syntactically well-formed formula of a
Language. It includes, at minimum, a predicate and a subject (which
may be explicit or implicit), and it expresses a Proposition.
SUMO / OBJECTS
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- a string of words satisfying the grammatical rules of a language; "he always spoke in grammatical sentences"
- of or relating to a sentence; "the sentential subject"
If sentence is an instance of sentence, then there exist noun phrase phrase1,verb phrase phrase2 so that phrase1 is a part of sentence and phrase2 is a part of sentence.
(instance ?SENTENCE Sentence)
(instance ?PHRASE1 NounPhrase)
(instance ?PHRASE2 VerbPhrase)
(part ?PHRASE1 ?SENTENCE)
(part ?PHRASE2 ?SENTENCE))))
If text is an instance of text, then there exists sentence part so that part is a part of text.
(instance ?TEXT Text)
(part ?PART ?TEXT)
(instance ?PART Sentence))))
If sent is an instance of sentence, then there exist noun phrase noun,verb phrase verb so that noun is a part of sent and verb is a part of sent.
(instance ?SENT Sentence)
(instance ?NOUN NounPhrase)
(instance ?VERB VerbPhrase)
(part ?NOUN ?SENT)
(part ?VERB ?SENT))))
If item has an attribute value and value is an instance of truth value, then item is an instance of sentence or item is an instance of proposition.
(property ?ITEM ?VALUE)
(instance ?VALUE TruthValue))
(instance ?ITEM Sentence)
(instance ?ITEM Proposition)))