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The “grammar checking” service is provided by the Grammarly tool. According to foreign media 9To5Google, Google recently launched a function called “Grammar Checking”. The function is similar to Grammarly, which can provide users with grammatical error correction.

▲ Image source 9To5Google

For example, foreign media said that when a user enters “The dogs aren’t outside today it is too hot grammar check” in the Google search box, after that, Google will prompt the user that there may be problems in spelling, and they should enter “The dogs are outside today it is too hot grammar check”.

It is reported that Google will bold and emphasize the grammatical errors in the sentence. If the search engine does not detect grammatical errors, a “green mark” will appear to inform the user that the grammar is correct, and the user can also hover the mouse over the corrected grammatical error. , use the shortcut “Copy” button to copy the corrected sentence.

Foreign media revealed that the support page for this feature seems to have been online for at least a few weeks, and they also contacted Google spokesperson Colette Garcia. Garcia said that Google had actually quietly rolled out this “syntax check” feature at the end of June.

 When a user enters a sentence with grammatical errors, the search engine will automatically give the user the correct spelling scheme.

Colette Garcia also claimed that the “grammar check” function uses AI to work, but he also warned that the current “grammar check” function may not be 100% accurate, and it will take some time to improve.

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