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Detect the type of a given word in a sentence
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Laravel Grammar

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Laravel Grammar allows you detect the part of speech of a word. It returns an array of parts of speech a word belong to.

Installation

Step 1

You can install the package via composer:

composer require djunehor/laravel-grammar

Laravel 5.5 and above

The package will automatically register itself, so you can start using it immediately.

Laravel 5.4 and older

In Laravel version 5.4 and older, you have to add the service provider in config/app.php file manually:

'providers' => [
    // ...
    Djunehor\Grammar\GrammarServiceProvider::class,
];

Lumen

After installing the package, you will have to register it in bootstrap/app.php file manually:

// Register Service Providers
    // ...
    $app->register(Djunehor\Grammar\GrammarServiceProvider::class);
];

Step 2 - Publishing files

Run: php artisan vendor:publish --tag=laravel-grammar This will move the migration file, seeder file and config file to your app. You can change the entries table name in config/laravel-grammar.php

Step 3 - Publishing files

  • Run`php artisan migrate` to create the table.
  • Run `php artisan db:seed --class=LaravelGrammarSeeder` to seed table

Usage

use Djunehor\Grammar\Word;`

$grammar = new Word();

Get All Parts of Speech

$partsOfSpeech = $grammar->getPartsOfSpeech();
// ['Preposition', 'Noun', 'Pronoun', 'Adverb', 'Adjective', 'Verb', 'Interjection', 'Conjunction']

Get Word part of Speech

$word = 'boy';
$partsOfSpeech = $grammar->getWordPartOfSpeech($word);
// ['Noun']

Check if is noun

$word = 'boy';
$grammar = new Word($string);
$isNoun = $grammar->isNoun();
// true

Using Facade

In order to use the Grammar facade: - First add 'Grammar' => GrammarFacade::class, to aliases in config/app.php - Then use like \Grammar::getPartsOfSpeech();

Contributing

  • Fork this project
  • Clone to your repo
  • Make your changes and run tests `composer test`
  • Push and create Pull request