I am wondering what it takes to parse a sentence with incomplete knowledge. That is, take a sentence like this:
If I use timeout I have to call again my function at the end of the execution of the callback of timeout (like I'm doing right now). If something goes wrong, my callback will never be called again.
I'm not sure I spotted the verbs all correctly. But I can find them because I know what those words mean from experience. I'm wondering though if there are hints in the structure of these sentences (that is, hints in the structure of any sentence, these just being one example) that tell you when something is a verb. For example, maybe verbs typically come after
I <verb> or
something <verb>. Wondering if there are any patterns here, so if you weren't familiar with the language, given some bare minimum knowledge, you could identify the verbs. If so, wondering what the bare minimum knowledge would be, and what the patterns typically are (or where I should look for further search).