Two-pass writing in Swedish (Särskrivning)
In the Swedish language you often write 2 words into one, to create a new different word.
Many young people often make mistakes and write it in 2 words, and not one, which makes the wrong sense of what they are writing.
One exemple in Swedish:
You want to write the word nurse.
The correct Swedish word is: sjuksyster
But a lot of people write it wrong, and write 2 words: sjuk syster, and that means a sick sister!
My question: Can I publish a list here with a large number of rules with the most common Swedish "Two-pass" words and with correct suggestions, so that can be published to the Swedish dictionary online for Chrome?
Then it will be a very good tool for all Swedish students who use Chromebooks in schools.
An example of the rule I created from the Rule editor:
<!-- Swedish rule, 2017-08-25 --> <rule id="SRSKRIVNING" name="Särskrivning"> <pattern> <token>sjuk</token> <token>syster</token> </pattern> <message>Skriv ihop: <suggestion>sjuksyster</suggestion></message> <example correction=''><marker>sjuk syster</marker></example> <example>sjuksyster</example> </rule>
Per Klasson ICT Manager/ Verksamhetsutvecklare / IT Utbildningsförvaltningen Gymnasieskolorna Växjö kommun firstname.lastname@example.org www.vaxjo.se