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In other words, I want to fill in a form with the parts of speech and have it appear as a diagrammed sentence?

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Can you give an example of what this diagrammed sentence should look like? –  FrustratedWithFormsDesigner Jun 5 '12 at 16:22
    
possible duplicate of Can someone help me diagram this sentence? –  Mitch Jun 5 '12 at 16:38
    
You can use phpSyntaxTree, for syntax trees. I don't think there are automatic (on-line) sentence diagramming apps in the style of Reed-Kellogg. –  Mitch Jun 5 '12 at 16:40
    
I appreciate your answers. I am a medical language grammar instructor. I KNOW the parts of speech. I want to give studnets a visual (diagram) of the sentence they present to me. There are websites where you can plug in a word in English and see it instantly in German, French, whatever. There are websites where you can convert 1 measurement to another. The form would look like this: Subject __________, verb __________, etc. I would fill in the grammar, and the site would convert the grammar into a diagram. I do not want to send my students to someone else to diagram for them. –  DianaGishCMT Jun 6 '12 at 4:47

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The Berkeley parser often is online, but not always. You also can download its software and datafiles for local use. The abbreviations used in the diagrams are standard, and are as seen at (eg) PennTags.html.

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Here http://1aiway.com/nlp4net/services/enparser/

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Excellent...A Reed-Kellogg diagrammer. –  Mitch Jun 5 '12 at 17:50

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