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Tip #266 - What Color is a Verb? New in Version 6!

PostPosted: Tue Aug 24, 2010 10:09 am
by wordmagicsoft
In our upcoming Version 6.0, verbs have a color of their own, and so do adjectives, nouns, adverbs, conjunctions and prepositions. Our Translator Professional 6.0 incorporates dozens of new and exclusive features you have never seen or even imagined before. One of them is color!

The Interactive Mode displays the grammar –namely parts of speech- in different colors to help you see at a glance which element is which, in the sentence. For example, verbs are displayed in green, and nouns in blue. So if you see the word “bear” in blue, you will immediately understand that bear is being used as a noun in the sentence:

Bears are aggressive”

However, if it is being displayed in green, it is being used as a verb:

“He bears a great responsibility”

This feature not only will afford you a fantastic learning tool, but will also allow a faster editing process.

Of course, you will still have the meaning tags and the Part of Speech Selection Box for Interactive editing. Color is simply an additional visual aid, a painter’s palette for your learning experience.