This is the MRS Test Suite for the English Resource Grammar.

English MRS Test Suite

Grammar: ERG 2006-05-24

Note: somewhere in the MRS → RMRS → HTML we are losing the aspect and the spaces between words.

Note: test set annotated with Norwegian translations.

No.

Sentence

Phenomenon

11

It rained.

21

Abrams barked.

31

The window opened.

41

Abrams chased Browne.

51

Abrams handed Browne the cigarette.

61

Abrams handed the cigarette to Browne.

71

Abrams bet Browne a cigarette that it rained.

81

Abrams knew that it rained.

91

Abrams intended to bark.

101

Abrams intended Browne to bark.

111

Every cat barked.

121

Every cat chased some dog.

131

My cat barked.

141

It barked.

151

The cat chased it.

161

The cat chased itself.

171

The cat chased one.

181

Mine barked.

191

That opened.

201

Cats bark.

211

Tobacco arrived.

221

Some bark.

231

Some of the cats bark.

241

No cat barked.

251

Did the dog bark?

261

Which dog barked?

271

Whose dog barked?

281

Chase Browne!

291

Abrams wondered which dog barked.

301

Abrams wondered whether Browne barked.

311

The dog that Browne chased barked.

321

The dog to chase is barking.

331

The dog was chased by Browne.

341

The dog chased by Browne barked.

351

The dog is barking.

361

The dog has barked.

371

The dog has been barking.

381

The dog had been barking.

391

The dog will bark.

401

The dog is going to bark.

411

The dog could bark.

421

The dog couldn't bark.

431

The old dog barked.

441

The dog barked softly.

451

The dog probably barked.

461

The dog barked in the garden.

471

The dog barks now.

481

The garden dog barked.

491

The tobacco garden dog barked.

501

The cat is old.

511

The cat is in the garden.

521

The barking dog chased Browne.

531

Chased dogs bark.

541

Chasing the cat is old.

551

That the cat chases Browne is old.

561

Dogs chase whatever barks.

571

The dog barked every day.

581

When did the dog bark?

591

Three of the dogs bark.

601

Three bark.

611

Browne's dog barks.

621

Browne's barks.

631

Twenty three dogs bark.

641

Two hundred twenty dogs bark.

651

Abrams arrived by car.

661

Abrams kept barking.

671

Browne squeezed the cat in.

681

Browne squeezed in the cat.

691

The picture of Abrams arrived.

701

Abrams wiped the table clean.

711

Abrams put Browne in the garden.

721

The dog will bark if Browne arrives.

731

Abrams and Browne arrived.

741

Abrams, Browne, and the dog arrived.

751

The dog arrived and barked.

761

The dog arrived and Browne barked.

771

The dog barked, didn't it?

781

It is obvious that the dog barked.

791

Abrams promised Browne to bark.

801

Abrams seems to bark.

811

Abrams believes Browne to be barking.

821

It bothered Abrams that Browne barked.

831

It took Abrams ten minutes to arrive.

841

Abrams left it to Browne to bark.

851

Abrams strikes Browne as old.

861

Browne considers Abrams old.

871

Abrams liked the idea that Browne could bark.

881

Abrams barked from ten to three.

891

Abrams was very old.

901

Nearly every dog barked.

911

Abrams barked very softly.

921

Browne's chasing of cats bothered Abrams.

931

It bothered Browne that Abrams chased cats.

941

June third arrived.

951

Abrams arrived at three twenty.

961

Browne arrived on Tuesday morning.

971

The cats found a way to bark.

981

The happier dog chased Browne.

991

There were cats in the garden.

1001

That dog chased Browne.

1011

Somebody chased Abrams.

1021

How happy was Abrams?

1031

The number five bothers Browne.

1041

Abrams could.

1051

Browne tried to.

1061

Don't bark!

1071

The dog arrived barking.

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