Google is trying out a new ‘grammar suggestion’ feature for the Google Doc application. This will be integrated with the spelling suggestion feature. Probable grammatical issues in a sentence, like for example, usage of articles, prepositions and placement of clauses, would be highlighted with a blue line. “We’ve adopted a highly effective approach to grammar correction, that is machine translation-based,” TechCrunch quoted Google’s VP for G Suite product management, David Thacker, as saying. “For example, in language translation, you take a language like French and translate it into English. Our approach to grammar is similar. We take improper English and use our technology to correct or translate it into proper English.”

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