Standardized Minialist English Grammar

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Explanation Of Format

Standardized Minimalist English Grammar is a simplified version of English grammar, designed to communicate in the most in depth fashion in the fewest amount of words. It is designed specifically for more realistic chatbots designed to interact with the real world, rather than be characters on a screen.

Provided for is an Anki deck to memorize the tokenizer format.

Arranged as a list

These are arranged as a list of similar tokens in grammar files, chosen to generate user samples.

Fetch Tokens

Greeting — This is a standard greeting in text prompt: hello, heya, ahoy, and so on.

Agent — The user the chatbot greets. In this case, you are the agent they refer to.

Request — A list of different request initializers, ranging from: (1. Will you get (2. Will you obtain (3. Can you get (4. Can you obtain.

Item — A list of different items with their grammatical gender: some apples, an apple. A dog, some dogs.

For_From — A small list between for or from.

User_Location — Generally speaking, the user location written to a file. This also be a list of different user locations for different developers.

Punctuation — List of punctuations the mechanism uses to end their sentence.

Request Item

Greeting — This is a standard greeting in text prompt: hello, heya, ahoy, and so on.

Agent — The user the chatbot greets. In this case, you are the agent they refer to.

Request — Slightly different from fetch format. Generally this is condenced down to: may I have, can I have, may I get, can I get.

Item — A list of different items with their grammatical gender: some apples, an apple. A dog, some dogs.

Punctuation — List of punctuations the mechanism uses to end their sentence.

Eventual purpose

Eventually the intention is to produce a more lifelike user prompt.