Italian sentences often have a very articulated structure, not immediately obvious to the non mother language.
This automatic tool analyzes the sentences in Italian language to reveal sentence structure: logical subject, predicate,
direct object and circumstantial complements.
This is the public output of a privately funded research project. As there is no complete and exact algorithm capable of correctly analyzing any sentence, neither as a result of this this project or of any other similar work, there might be errors. Please do not blindly rely on the results from this analyzer, but rather use it to verify your own work.