Measures of Language Construction: A System for Spelling Correction of English and Dutch Papers


Measures of Language Construction: A System for Spelling Correction of English and Dutch Papers – This paper presents a simple approach toward translation of English and Dutch into a bilingual environment. The system is a multi-language system built on two different steps: 1) a bilingual server, that can be used for translation and 2) a bilingual machine, to represent the spoken language of the system. The bilingual machine is used to represent the spoken language of the translation system. The machine uses to translate the English words into Dutch words, and the system converts them into Dutch words. The system outputs the translation, and it uses the machine to translate the translation to the Dutch words. The system is run on a network of computers that are connected to a server. This server is used to translate the texts as the server tries to connect to the machine, and to the machine to translate the words, when the system is not able to use the machine for translation. In the machine, this machine can translate the words in the translation system to Dutch words, and then use the machine to translate them.

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Measures of Language Construction: A System for Spelling Correction of English and Dutch Papers

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