h a l f b a k e r y
No, not that kind of baked.
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Some browsers automatically translate Webpages whose
creators did not have the common sense to write them in
English in the first place.
Howevertheless, there is scope for more. Why not a browser
which will fix, on the fly, errors such as lack of capitalisation,
poor punctuation, grammar
errors or clear mis-spellings?
a great many examples of the snafu that is English
some of which are amusing [not_morrison_rm, Nov 08 2014]
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||Simple, go into your browser settings and make every domain redirect to halfbakery.com
||Wonder if its first job will be to correct Grammer to Grammar? ha
||"Grammer" would be a spelling error, but I'm pretty
sure that "grammering" is a verb. Actually, why is
"verb" a noun?
||Why is a compound noun (bus driver, English teacher) itself a compound noun? Truly the English language is a kludged-together effort.
||"Glucose" is the name of a compound, but is not a