parse v. 1 resolve (a sentence) into its component parts and describe their syntactic roles
2 Computing analyse (text) into logical syntactic components
-Origin C16: perh. from ME pars ‘parts of speech’, from Fr. pars ‘parts’
syntax n.1 the combination of words and phrases to create well formed sentences > a set of rules for or an analysis of this 2 the structure of statements in a computer language
-Origin C16: from Fr. syntaxe, or via late L. from Gk suntazis, from sun-‘together’ + tassein ‘arrange’
Concise OED 11th th
Sunday School Religiousness in the American Deep South.
I speak from my experience and not hard numbers and facts.
So what I say will be true of my experience. And, what I extrapolate from my experiences will be messy and imprecise.
This not a scholarly approach. I’d like to share my thoughts as a cultural player.
Performances of scholarly work in public forums must come clean to the audience at every possible misstep.