Automated Verb Phrases

version 1/110416 by Ron Newcomb

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  • Section - The Story Viewpoint and The Story Tense

    Some [more] conjugations are present-perfect tense, past-perfect tense, continuous present tense, continuous past tense, continuous present-perfect tense, continuous past-perfect tense.

    A could-would-should is some text that varies. A could-would-should is usually "".

    The passive voice is a truth state that varies. [The passive voice is usually false.] The passive voice variable translates into I6 as "CLM_passive_voice".
    A negation pending is a truth state that varies. [A negation pending is usually false.] The negation pending variable translates into I6 as "CLM_negation_pending".
    A question pending is a truth state that varies. [A question pending is usually false.] The question pending variable translates into I6 as "CLM_question_pending".

    [ The idea we're using in here is: bitfield == table row# ]
    To decide if (x - a conjugation) is in any perfect tense: (- ((({x} - 1) & 2) ~= 0) -).
    To decide if (x - a conjugation) is not in any perfect tense: (- ((({x} - 1) & 2) == 0) -).
    To decide if (x - a conjugation) is in any continuous tense: (- ((({x} - 1) & 4) ~= 0) -).
    To decide if (x - a conjugation) is not in any continuous tense: (- ((({x} - 1) & 4) == 0) -).