Jun 19th 2012

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The Tuesday Talk

Ginger Software uses a very unique and very powerful software algorithm that allows it to correct 95 percent of writing errors. Most writing-correction software only corrects spelling and a minimal extent of grammatical errors. Even when these software pick out a grammatical error, the suggested corrections are, more often than not, just as wrong in a contextual sense.

Ginger Software is able to understand the logic of a sentence, filter out any writing mistakes, and offer you suggested corrections. Its algorithm allows it to do this with much accuracy.

Bear in mind that writing errors include spelling, punctuation, and grammatical errors. Ginger’s algorithm draws from a huge database that allows it to offer accurate suggestions. All these lead to a better user experience and something that Ginger users can derive a lot of value from.

The English language, while one of the most prevalent languages today, is not an easy language to learn in relative terms. Ginger Software is your friendly companion in your quest to improve your command of the English language.

And while we’re on the topic of English language and other languages, here’s a hilarious video of English translation to other languages.

Enjoy!

The Ginger Team

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One Response to “The Tuesday Talk”

  1. Malgorzata on July 15th, 2012

    Yes, Autumn Mist. What you call brackets we call qtaiotuon marks; what you call a full stop we call a period. Commas and full stops go inside the brackets. Question marks go inside the brackets only if the qtaiotuon is in fact a question. If the sentence is a question but the words in brackets are not themselves the question, then the question mark goes outside the brackets.Examples:”Can I have a cookie, Mom?”"Yes, dear, you may have a cookie.”Have you read that article called “The Lost Tools of Learning”?Hope this helps!

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