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    #1

    Tom's girlfriend jerks.

    "Whenever Tom touches his girlfriend she jerks. She dosen't like Tom touching her so she jerks or jerks her hand or leg which ever part he touches her on."

    Please check.

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    #2

    Re: Tom's girlfriend jerks.

    You have a careless spelling error that should be addressed first.

    You seem to frequently misspell very simple, basic words. The forum has a built-in spell checker. If you see a word underlined in red, that's a clue that it's probably spelled incorrectly.

    Occasionally there may be a word that the spell check dictionary doesn't recognize, which may yield a false red underline, but that's rare and happens only with very uncommon words.
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    Re: Tom's girlfriend jerks.

    Quote Originally Posted by Skrej View Post
    You have a careless spelling error that should be addressed first.

    You seem to frequently misspell very simple, basic words. The forum has a built-in spell checker. If you see a word underlined in red, that's a clue that it's probably spelled incorrectly.

    Occasionally there may be a word that the spell check dictionary doesn't recognize, which may yield a false red underline, but that's rare and happens only with very uncommon words.
    Could you please tell me which word's spelling is incorrect? It doesn't indicate anything if you are using this site on your phone. I think it's "whichever."

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    #4

    Re: Tom's girlfriend jerks.

    "Whenever Tom touches his girlfriend she jerks. She dosen't like Tom touching her so she jerks or jerks her hand or leg whichever part he touches her on."

    Please check.

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    #5

    Re: Tom's girlfriend jerks.

    Look at the contraction.
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    #6

    Re: Tom's girlfriend jerks.

    If your spellchecker doesn't underline the word we're talking about, there is something wrong with the spellchecker.

    It probably wouldn't have underlined "which ever" because both are English words, spelt correctly and it won't know that the right word was "whichever".

    (If you still can't work out which word we're talking about, there is a big hint in the first sentence of this post.)
    Remember - if you don't use correct capitalisation, punctuation and spacing, anything you write will be incorrect.

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    Re: Tom's girlfriend jerks.

    Quote Originally Posted by emsr2d2 View Post
    If your spellchecker doesn't underline the word we're talking about, there is something wrong with the spellchecker.

    It probably wouldn't have underlined "which ever" because both are English words, spelt correctly and it won't know that the right word was "whichever".

    (If you still can't work out which word we're talking about, there is a big hint in the first sentence of this post.)
    Sorry, I couldn't figure out that which word it was. Could you please help? Is it "whenever?"

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    Re: Tom's girlfriend jerks.

    You don't have to figure it out because post#5 already pointed it out.
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    #9

    Re: Tom's girlfriend jerks.

    Another clue: it begins with d.

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    #10

    Re: Tom's girlfriend jerks.

    Quote Originally Posted by emsr2d2 View Post
    If your spellchecker doesn't underline the word we're talking about, there is something wrong with the spellchecker.
    It doesn't work in Google Chrome for Android.
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