Quirk in Grammarly


It caught the wrong verb tense in the item below -- but didn't catch the misspelling of "Evrything." Is there a reason why? Many thanks.

See example:

Evrything including taxes, tolls and fees have to be on the table
asked May 17 '11 at 04:56 John Brewer New member

2 answers


Everythingh including taxes, tolls, and fees have to be on the table

link comment answered May 17 '11 at 12:57 Ania New member

I think that the reason the Editor didn't catch this spelling error has to do with the way that Grammarly scans the texts.


I have just run a trial text with the same spelling error and it was caught.


What I recommend is running the text another time.  If the Editor fails to catch the 'evrything' error, please let Support know (support.grammarly.com).  





link comment answered May 17 '11 at 14:36 Kimberly Expert

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