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<rule id="BAGGAGES" name="baggages(baggage)"> <pattern> <token postag='PRP$'></token> <marker> <token>baggages</token> </marker> </pattern> <message><suggestion>baggage</suggestion></message> <example correction=''>I lost my <marker>baggages</marker> in the train.</example> <example>I lost my baggage in the train.</example> </rule>
Reference:Kumar A, Nair S B. An Artificial Immune System Based Approach for English Grammar Checking.[J]. Lecture Notes in Computer Science, 2007, 4628:348-357.
According to the spell checker, the word “baggages” isn’t valid anyway. So this is a case that the spell checker already detects and that we don’t need a special rule for.
Thank you remind me.