I am looking for tools that can convert plain text to standard RDF. Take for example, simple sentence like 'I love programming' must first be parsed to "Pronoun", "verb" and "noun" and then represent each word to its RDF equivalent

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You might have a look at the thread with the title "Representing a Sentence Structure Tree as RDF".

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