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Error Correction Error Correction English is very difficult for persons whose native language is not English. It is also difficult to understand these common grammatical errors.

Because of that we need to review all the possibles errors to try to avoid it. Conclusion Learning a foreign language requires much practice outside of the classroom. Computer assisted language learning systems can help fill this need.

But these facilities and bad habits hurts us, because sometimes the translator does not have all successful corrections, or we tend to mistake, these are all errors gramaticles Error There are several types of errors, These are.-

Spelling Errors

Context-dependent Errors

Lexical Choice Errors

Function Words and Conjugation Errors
Spelling Errors in specific, these are words that are not in the dictionary
or have a bad meaning.

Rita said [ too to ] that if he wants to give her a ring ...

In this case, we consider spelling errors to be dealt with the practice Context-dependent Errors Some errors are not evident in the target sentence itself, and may be detectable only at the discourse level

I am [ prepared preparing ] for the exam.

It goes without saying that the context of the sentence plays a significant role in determining
the use of articles, prepositions and verb forms in the sentence. An annotation exercise on noun number and articles showed that agreement increases when are given the context Function Words and Conjugation Errors I have no medicine but just [ eat eating ] 5 to 6 meals a day.
Can we discuss [ hnulli about ] this?
Let’s go see [ a hnulli ] movie. Other examples - Who, which or that?

"Who" (or "whom") refers to persons. "Which" refers to animals or things, never to persons. "That" can refer to either persons or things.

- Anyone vs any one

"Anyone" means "any person," not necessarily a specific person. It could refer to multiple people simultaneously.

As two words, "any one" refers to a single person.


Anyone can download my software. But a single-user software license can only be used by any one user at a time.

8. Commonly misspelled words

All right
Dependable Tips.-1.-One way to improve precision is to compute a confidence measure, proposing a correction only when the measure exceeds a threshold Another frequent error category is lexical choice. A sentence may be
perfectly grammatical and yet violates the habitual usage of words. These wrong
12lexical choices can result in awkward collocations,

I had a cup of [ strong powerful ] tea. Lexical Choice Example. Example.- Although spelling errors, context dependent errors, and inappropriate lexical choice may all appear in non-native writing, this dissertation will focus on another broad class of errors — those involving closed-class, or function words, and conjugation in verbs and nouns. The choice of these categories is not arbitrary; it is widely recognized that the usage of function words in English is difficult to master. Error correction Tips.-
One way to improve precision is to compute a confidence measure, proposing a correction only when the measure exceeds a threshold 2.-
try to understand the context , whit this its more easy to know what word you can use
concentrate in that kind of writing is, for example, articles, reviews, etc..
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