The Syntactic Analyses Project (The SAP)
Language alone protects us from the scariness of things with no names. Language alone is meditation.
The SAP will focus on the analysis of sentences drawn from a variety of sources, which will be used to highlight grammatical rules as well as some linguistic theories and phenomena. This analysis will be conducted by parsing (dividing) sentences and determining (identifying) their syntactic functions. The goal is to understand the exact meaning of a word or phrase, or a sentence.
This process of grammatical division, and identification of syntactic functions will highlight grammatical form and grammatical function. In sum, The SAP through its parses will put on display the traditional rules of grammar, the goal of which is to encourage grammatical proficiency.
As you may have already correctly inferred, parse is used here in its linguistic sense, which, according to the Merriam-Webster Dictionary definition, means: