Diagraming Arabic : Arabic treebanks

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A treebank or parsed corpus is a text corpus in which each sentence has been parsed i.e.annotated with syntactic structure
For those who are interested in diagraming Arabic , check out these links :

treebanks that annotate phrase structure :

PennArabic treebank

Arabic Treebank

those that annotate dependency structure :

The Prague Dependency Treebank 1.0
The Quranic Arabic Corpus - Word-by-Word Grammar, Syntax and Morphology of the Holy Quran

For any passerby , if you have more knowledge related to Parsing Arabic , please , share it with us .

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Frank Antonson

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Knowledge seeker,

Thanks for that. Especially the last site. I promptly joined it. I have been wanting to know more about the Holy Quran for much of my life. This looks like an appealing way to explore it -- for me, the linguist farmer.
 
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Re: Digraming Arabic : Arabic treebanks

Frank Antonson , welcome back .
Too happey to know that you liked them . Remember , the Holy Quran is the best source to understand the Arabic language . Be blessed .
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Hello teacher Frank,
Hope you are fine and in good health. There is a good website to study the Holy Quran. Hope you like it too.

Islam Guide: A Brief Illustrated Guide to Understanding Islam, Muslims, & the Quran


Knowledge seeker,

Thanks for that. Especially the last site. I promptly joined it. I have been wanting to know more about the Holy Quran for much of my life. This looks like an appealing way to explore it -- for me, the linguist farmer.
 

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Thanks. That looks great.
I'll look more at it later.
Frank
 
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