Would it be a good idea to have a spell checker on this site?
Also, it seems to me there are people submitting text that is not proper English.
It's easy to figure out that you have never used the site, because there is a spell checker for the text capsules. Red underlines will alert you to a misspelled word just as it will in this section.
I dun't believe it is necessary to have a spell checkher. Since one can discern most words if only the first and last letters are correct...
The spell check is on. Red lines mean* wrong spellings. But no grammar checker
by Russ Moran - The Write Stuff2 years ago
Is your spelling getting worse?I prided myself as a kid on my excellent spelling. As the years go by it's getting constantly worse. I think it's the fault of Spell Checker, a blessed little program but one that makes us...
by Susan Britton5 years ago
Do you still look up words in your dictionary or do you depend on spell checker to do the job?Have you ever typed a word and thought it doesn't look right only to look it up in your dictionary to find out you were...
by Leni Sands4 years ago
Just wondered if there was any point in having a spelling and grammar checker within hubpages?I raise this question because I see a lot of spelling and grammar mistakes while reading through hubs. It spoils an...
by Joan Whetzel5 years ago
Do you use the grammar check when you are writing?If so, do you find it helpful? If not, why not?
by Liz Elias4 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.
by Kelly Kline Burnett5 years ago
Our vocabulary is our foundation for communication. Whether we are speaking or writing. When I was a member of Toastmasters, they always had a word of the day.When I write I am often dismayed at the lack of words found...
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