This morning while browsing HubPages I had the good fortune to read a Hub by Dorsi about using the spellchecker and care before pressing the publish button. Nicely written. Well... here I am... teacup in hand... taking a look at Forums. What do I see?? A glaring typo! At the Forums part of this site (I'm internet lingo lacking), look at the description under the Family heading. It includes: "... and even mother-in-laws". (Tisk, tisk.) It's the mothers who are plural: "... and even mothers-in-law." Don't you love it? The Universe sprinkles amusement wherever we find it!
I'm sooo enjoying HubPages. Can you tell?
Have a fabulous day!
(Oh, oh. No spell checker associated with this part of the site.)
What's that book? Eats, shoots and leaves?! Grammar can be a tricky thing and the English language is quite complicated. I don't know what I'd do without spell check, although it doesn't do anything for my grammar! Still, at least it's keeping you occupied.
by earnestshub6 years ago
It seems many people writing in the forums do not have a spell checker.Firefox has several that work very well. How about other browsers?Although we may all do it at times, constant misspelling is a bit irritating, so I...
by Peg Cole4 years ago
I was looking over someone's profile page the other day and noticed a misspelled word in one of their summaries. It was clear what the author was trying to say so I just moved on to another hub, happily oblivious. Then...
by ASHWINSPGA8 years ago
When i comment on a hub, before i hit ok i use the spell-checker to correct the typos. But after posting my comments for one reason or another i had to edit them sometimes re-writing a whole new one but i notice that...
by Liz Elias2 years ago
I have noticed that the spell check within the capsules does not recognize certain contractions, such as, "I've," and will underline it as an error, when in fact, there is no spelling error.
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