I disagree that the word, intellectual, is spelled wrong. Has anyone had any problems with Grammarly being wrong?
As you understand, plagiarism is a serious violation of the code of conduct at Walden University; the principle, taking personal responsibility for our own work and not using another person's intellectual property without giving appropriate credit, could still be applied to your scenario ("Code of Conduct," 2012).
Yes. But first, you should contact Grammarly support at the link below. Nobody here works for Grammarly, and those who do, don't read this forum.
We have heard here of similar problems, and I have experienced some on occasion. A while back, Grammarly did not seem to recognize "barn". From what Grammarly Support told me, the problem is not with the software's dictionary. Rather, it seems to be some strange interaction between the contents of your browser's cache and the server software. I know that the problem goes away -- for a while -- when I clear my browser's cache.
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