The automatic grammar tags in Spanish are ridiculous. It gives wrong tags! Spanish words ending with -a or -o will be given tags as if it were a verb, which is of course not always correct. But also tags for tenses, nouns, adverbs, adjectives… are not applied correctly. It’s better NOT to have this autotagging at all if we cannot trust them. [This is one of the reasons why I seriously consider to NOT continue my subscription to LingQ]
Oh, sorry to hear that @Erik8970 ! How often are the automatic grammar tags wrong?
I have been experimenting with spaCy and it seems like it pretty reliably works to correctly identify lemmas and inflections for Polish. I did notice that the small models make occasional mistakes with verb forms for Polish.
LingQ doesn’t have auto-tagging for German nouns as far as I know. It is actually a feature that I wanted to ask but not sure how they could do it.
It would be very useful if the grammar auto-tagging could do “der, die, das” for nouns.
Is spaCy able to do it?