It helps *lazy linguistics to generate simple questionaries for any purposes.
Basically, it takes a text in any language then produce number of questions by given grammar subject.
$ git clone https://github.com/erkanay/polyglot-quiz.git $ cd polyglot-quiz $ pip install -r requirements.txt $ python test.py
>>> from quiz import PolyglotQuiz >>> text = open('anystory.txt', 'rt').read() >>> # IN --> Preposition or subordinating conjunction >>> polyglot = PolyglotQuiz(text, _type='IN', regexp=r'\w+') >>> polyglot.generate_quiz()
Q.1) Cinderella, who saw all this, and knew her slipper, said to them, laughing: "Let me see ___ it will not fit me." a) out b) if c) unknown d) among Q.2) They threw themselves at her feet to beg pardon ___ all the ill-treatment they had made her undergo. a) for b) As c) without d) behind Q.3) The guards ___ the palace gate were asked: If they had not seen a princess go out. a) at b) after c) appear d) among ... A.1) if A.2) for A.3) at ...
Please see full list of part of speech tags to generate different types of questionaries:
Or learn more details about tags by following method:
*note: thanks to NLTK.