I got a new phone this past week, and, among other things, installed a mud client on it. Inside the mud, to communicate with others, the 'tell' command is used. A _lot_ of the text I typed initially began with 'tell'. But now, every time I want to send a command, regardless of what it is, the keyboard recognizes the word I want to use, enters it into the text input field, then puts 'tell' into the central prediction slot. So either I press the space bar, keep backspace pressed to delete 'tell' and do it again, at which point it won't change it anymore, or I tap in the text input field in the word I want and then again at the end of that word. I'm sure you can imagine either alternative isn't the quick and easy typing that SwiftKey is supposed to provide.
This happens with any word, regardless of what trail it has; 'when', 'give ' and ' look ' are all examples, but then, so are longer words. I also tried starting with the word 'placement' and saw it recognized correctly in the input field, with the incredible suggestion bar offering me the choices for what I meant to type: 'tell', 'who' and 'tell' followed by a name. How Do I get it to stop thinking anything I type first is supposed to be 'tell'?