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On 03/05/2016 19:14, Kruno wrote:

And there is now way any language smaller then English build something like outside some institute 
or outside funded
  project of some sort.

Please either rephrase that sentence, or write it in your native language.

I'm trying to figure out if you mean that English is the only language in which an N-Gram based grammar checker can be created, or if that is the only language for which adequate funding for such a critter can be found.

For small languages even having a spell checker is huge. There's quite a

When working with evidential grammars, or noun class grammars, spell checking fall apart, because the entire word is rewritten according to the evidential particle, or noun class.


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