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    Deniz K

    Hi Petter Jakob sorry to hear about the trouble. In such cases, we suggest to restart the learning process by following the steps here: https://support.swiftkey.com/hc/en-us/articles/115004639969. If this does not help, please submit a support ticket to https://aka.ms/sk-support and we can investigate further. Thanks.

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    Petter Jakob

    This also happens with the word "dag" (Norw. for "day"). It wants to type it as "dsg" many times. Dsg means nothing in either Norw. or Eng.

    But this post will never be approved, so I don't know why you have this forum.

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    Hippo Man

    This occurs because some time in the past, "thst" and "dag" were incorrectly entered for "that" and "day", and then SwiftKey remembers those misspellings. The way to correct this is as follows ...

    When "thst" or "dag" show up, long-press on the incorrect entry in the prediction bar. Then, a dialog should pop up with the message `Remove Prediction? Do not predict "thst" again."`  (or "dag", or whatever you are long-pressing on). At that point, click "OK". And then just type "that" or "day" or whatever.

    From that point forward, "thst" or "dag" or whatever shouldn't be offered again.

     

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