The Part of Speech Tagging of Linguakit analyze the syntactic or dependency relations and between pairs of words. For each pair of words it defines the kind of syntactic relationship, which is the main word and which is the dependent, its grammatical category and their position within the sentence.
This tool, with its simple design is really useful for teaching lessons, communication professionals or for users in general. It is available in Spanish, Galician, Portuguese and English.
Linguakit is a web plataform integrated by a package of linguistic tools in order to analyze and extract information from a text in different languages. Enjoy this language kit in its web version and on your smartphone by downloading the mobile applications.
Choose from download an application with all the tools or, if you prefer, download a single application for each module: summarizer, corrector, word frequency, sentiment analyzer, keyword extractor, multiword extractor, name entity recognizer, part of speech taggig or syntactic analyzer.
Linguakit allows you to perform five daily anonymous uses, but if you register on the website, you can enjoy up to 100 free consultations per month in both its web version as in mobile applications.
To register for free
1.- Just enter on linguakit.com and click on "register" (https://linguakit.com/register).
2.- Complete the form and immediately receive by email a message to confirm us your registration*. Click on the link inside it and you become a user of Linguakit.
* You only have 24 hours from we have sent you the email to confirm your registration.
For more information, comments, suggestions, etc., write to firstname.lastname@example.org or enter on Linguakit.com.
Another feature is that the app can speak out text, with an option to change the language of the voice speaking.
Speech to text
Speech to text message
Speech to SMS
Speach to Email
Voice to text
Voice to text message
Voice to SMS
Voice to Email
Dictate text message
Text to voice
Text to Speech
* supported learning languages: English, French, German, Italian, Russian, Spanish, Turkish
* numbers can range from zero to 9999999 (ten million minus one)
* two learning modes: asking number or asking translation
* random numbers, manually entered numbers or entry with voice recognition (if supported by your Android device)
* text-to-speech (if supported by your Android device): let your phone read the translated numbers to you
To check if your Android device supports voice recognition / text-to-speech go to: "Menu" -> "Settings" -> "Voice input & output", then: "Voice recognizer settings" and "Text-to-speech setting".
I recommend to uncheck "Always using my settings" in "Text-to-speech settings", because Number Trainer will try to use the actual learning language for text-to-speech.
This is the free version of Number Trainer (with ads). You can also find a non-free version without ads in the Android Market.