The AI understands what parts of speech each word belongs to in a particular context:
There’s no other good way of doing it. –> There’s no other good method of doing it.
This car is way better than the previous one. –> This car is a lot better than the older one.
We’d better go down for breakfast. –> We’d rather go down for breakfast.
I feel much better now. –> I feel a lot better now.
This particular car make is beautiful. –> This particular car model is beautiful.
Did you make any real progress? –> Did you achieve any real progress?
A season for hunting them in particular latitudes. –> A season for hunting them in certain latitudes.
There wasn’t anything in particular that she could say was different. –> There wasn’t anything actually that she could say was different.
I’m certain he doesn’t realize it. –> I’m pretty sure he doesn’t realize it.
How do they pick and choose certain ones? –> How do they pick and choose specific ones?
I’m a little bit scared. –> I’m slightly scared.
Please add a little bit of milk to that cup of tea. –> Please add a small amount of milk to that cup of tea.
Forums allow you to talk to other traders. –> Forums let you talk to other traders.
I am a huge fan of burgers. –> I’m in love with burgers.
Examples shown above are real examples of how the LSI v2.0 copes with those words.
To be continued…