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| From svn.tartarus.org/snowball/trunk/website/algorithms/english/stop.txt
| This file is distributed under the BSD License.
| See http://snowball.tartarus.org/license.php
| Also see http://www.opensource.org/licenses/bsd-license.html
| - Encoding was converted to UTF-8.
| - This notice was added.
|
| NOTE: To use this file with StopFilterFactory, you must specify format="snowball"
| An English stop word list. Comments begin with vertical bar. Each stop
| word is at the start of a line.
| Many of the forms below are quite rare (e.g. "yourselves") but included for
| completeness.
| PRONOUNS FORMS
| 1st person sing
i | subject, always in upper case of course
me | object
my | possessive adjective
| the possessive pronoun `mine' is best suppressed, because of the
| sense of coal-mine etc.
myself | reflexive
| 1st person plural
we | subject
| us | object
| care is required here because US = United States. It is usually
| safe to remove it if it is in lower case.
our | possessive adjective
ours | possessive pronoun
ourselves | reflexive
| second person (archaic `thou' forms not included)
you | subject and object
your | possessive adjective
yours | possessive pronoun
yourself | reflexive (singular)
yourselves | reflexive (plural)
| third person singular
he | subject
him | object
his | possessive adjective and pronoun
himself | reflexive
she | subject
her | object and possessive adjective
hers | possessive pronoun
herself | reflexive
it | subject and object
its | possessive adjective
itself | reflexive
| third person plural
they | subject
them | object
their | possessive adjective
theirs | possessive pronoun
themselves | reflexive
| other forms (demonstratives, interrogatives)
what
which
who
whom
this
that
these
those
| VERB FORMS (using F.R. Palmer's nomenclature)
| BE
am | 1st person, present
is | -s form (3rd person, present)
are | present
was | 1st person, past
were | past
be | infinitive
been | past participle
being | -ing form
| HAVE
have | simple
has | -s form
had | past
having | -ing form
| DO
do | simple
does | -s form
did | past
doing | -ing form
| The forms below are, I believe, best omitted, because of the significant
| homonym forms:
| He made a WILL
| old tin CAN
| merry month of MAY
| a smell of MUST
| fight the good fight with all thy MIGHT
| would, could, should, ought might however be included
| | AUXILIARIES
| | WILL
|will
would
| | SHALL
|shall
should
| | CAN
|can
could
| | MAY
|may
|might
| | MUST
|must
| | OUGHT
ought
| COMPOUND FORMS, increasingly encountered nowadays in 'formal' writing
| pronoun + verb
i'm
you're
he's
she's
it's
we're
they're
i've
you've
we've
they've
i'd
you'd
he'd
she'd
we'd
they'd
i'll
you'll
he'll
she'll
we'll
they'll
| verb + negation
isn't
aren't
wasn't
weren't
hasn't
haven't
hadn't
doesn't
don't
didn't
| auxiliary + negation
won't
wouldn't
shan't
shouldn't
can't
cannot
couldn't
mustn't
| miscellaneous forms
let's
that's
who's
what's
here's
there's
when's
where's
why's
how's
| rarer forms
| daren't needn't
| doubtful forms
| oughtn't mightn't
| ARTICLES
a
an
the
| THE REST (Overlap among prepositions, conjunctions, adverbs etc is so
| high, that classification is pointless.)
and
but
if
or
because
as
until
while
of
at
by
for
with
about
against
between
into
through
during
before
after
above
below
to
from
up
down
in
out
on
off
over
under
again
further
then
once
here
there
when
where
why
how
all
any
both
each
few
more
most
other
some
such
no
nor
not
only
own
same
so
than
too
very
| Just for the record, the following words are among the commonest in English
| one
| every
| least
| less
| many
| now
| ever
| never
| say
| says
| said
| also
| get
| go
| goes
| just
| made
| make
| put
| see
| seen
| whether
| like
| well
| back
| even
| still
| way
| take
| since
| another
| however
| two
| three
| four
| five
| first
| second
| new
| old
| high
| long