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Topic Title: "Your" vs "her"
Topic Summary: I can't seem to train "your"
Created On: 07/02/2021 07:06 PM
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 07/02/2021 07:06 PM
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Atticus21
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Any tricks to get dragon the catch the word "your" better.  I often say "you should get YOUR labs checked in 6 months"or somwething like that any Dragon gives me HER instead of YOUR.  Correcting and training don't seem to matter.

 

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Flip

 07/02/2021 07:44 PM
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I add two-word versions of troublesome phrases to my vocabulary for those cases. Try adding "get your" or "your labs". If you actually use "HER labs", then you might have to try longer phrases.

 

Other people add special spoken forms for the words, like 

 

your\your with y

her\her with h

 

or something like that. 



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 07/03/2021 01:53 AM
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Atticus21
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Thank you so much.  I should have figured that out!

Earlier this year I couldn't get "Covid" to work but "Covid-19" did the trick.

I appreciate the help.

Take care,

Flip



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