NATURAL LANGUAGE FOR FACTOID-WH IN ENGLISH AS A FOREIGN LANGUAGE

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Ana Luz Espinosa Lopez Adán Alberto Gómez Salgado Yina Margarita Vega Calao

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The purpose of this article is to describe the natural language made for the creation a Cognitive Model for Factoid-WH questions. A cognitive Model is a Representation of the cognitive processes that occur in the human mind. A Factoid-WH question is a question, which starts with WH-interrogated word and requires a fact as an answer. The methodology of this work is a cognitive modeling which consists of seven steps, three of them will be shown as the result of the analysis of the cognitive task in natural language for this model.

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