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Which one of the following statements is true for spell checkers? A. Spell checker dictionaries include proper nouns. B. Spell checker dictionaries are typically larger than conventional
dictionaries. C. A word you know to be correctly spelled may be flagged as misspelled. D. Most spell checkers flag inappropriate word usage.
The answer is: B. A word you know to be correctly spelled may be flagged as misspelled.
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Which one of the following statements is true for spell checkers?

The answe is C. A word you know to be correctly spelled may be flagged as misspelled.

Spell checkers are only as good as the database that controls them. If you run across a word that isnt in that database it will be listed as being wrong, even if it is 100% correct.
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