The test file to be submitted to the preprocessor (parsing+enrichment) is an ascii file with the following format:
Selected_word [sm]> Test_sentence.
s> is chosen when the matcher is to work in single-word lexeme mode, m> being reserved for multi-word unit mode.
Here is part of the standard DEFI test suite :
looks m> The salary certainly looks good.
m> From this moment on, all hell breaks gently loose.
easy m> At a distance it's easy to see where he went wrong.
bone m> George has been working his fingers to the bone.
crab m> He can crab the act of the most patient teacher.
putting m> You should try putting out a call for the chairman.
crack m> He gave all his three wives a fair crack of the whip.
engaged m> He is currently engaged in writing a new book on the student movement.
flattery m> Don't think flattery will get you anywhere.
bear m> The point doesn't bear any relation to the question we are discussing.
bore m> He bore your suggestions in mind and managed to break loose.
loose m> He bore your suggestions in mind and managed to break loose.
bore m> I bore the brunt of the displeasure.
attempt m> We abandoned the attempt to climb the moutain.
act m> Father was in the act of running a bath.
admired m> I admired Peter for solving so many problems.
fuss m> We want to make a fuss.
fuss m> We did not like her making such a big fuss of her brat.
play m> The managers decided to play havoc with our plans.
absence m> The books are conspicuous by their absence.
critical m> The summer of 1995 may be remembered as the moment when Heisenberg Tourism achieved a sort of global critical mass.
mass m> The summer of 1995 may be remembered as the moment when Heisenberg Tourism achieved a sort of global critical mass.
plain m> For a Grand Old Man of Letters it had become fairly plain sailing.
sailing m> For a Grand Old Man of Letters it had become fairly plain sailing.
tag m> In fact, I am about as far away from being one as is possible in an industrial country at the tag end of the twentieth century.
Single word lexemes :
ability s> I admire his ability to solve problems.
ad s> You should write an ad for a second-hand car.
adage s> The adage that such things tend to happen is an apposite one.
alarmed s> He alarmed his boss by insisting on a payrise.
appointed s> He was appointed to lead the pack.
appointed s> They appointed him as leader.
appointed s> He was appointed to the post of governor.
busy s> He is busy making a big fuss.
campus s> Campus life is a dream.
Carmelite s> Carmelite monasteries are few and far between.
Cast s> Cast a glance at the bird.
coil s> At three in the morning, a serpent of lights begins to coil up Mount Sinai.
candy s> the litter of candy wrappers, soda cans and Kodachrome boxes people have discarded on the ascent.
wrappers s> the litter of candy wrappers, soda cans and Kodachrome boxes people have discarded on the ascent.
fiddling s> From the other side of it, I can smell the sweet perfume of paradise, and yet I am condemned to fiddling with the lock.
lock s> From the other side of it, I can smell the sweet perfume of paradise, and yet I am condemned to fiddling with the lock.
screw s> Elizabeth says it's because he can't find enough women to screw.
dreadful s> People would still like you even without your dreadful friend.
despise s> I despise him.
greedy s> He's like a greedy child grabbing all the cakes on the plate.
stew s> Don't want strychnine in the stew, do I?