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Rule "disease that seems unrelated to speech - (—|,) such as MS"

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Description: disease that seems unrelated to speech - (—|,) such as MS
By default, this rule is not active in LanguageTool
Message: TBD
Category: Punctuation (ID: PUNCTUATION)
Incorrect sentences
that this rule can detect:
  • However, speech distortions may also occur as a result of a disease that seems unrelated to speech - such as multiple sclerosis or chronic obstructive pulmonary disease.
    Correction suggestion: speech—such, speech, such
  • But out in the world it's a little different - like cut throat capitalistic competition.
    Correction suggestion: different—like, different, like
  • Once you finished reading them, come back and I'll point you in right direction again - such as these very forums discussing AI behaviour.
    Correction suggestion: again—such, again, such
Correct sentences
for comparison:
  • - Like a sister.
  • - What if he goes berserk and starts attacking people, - like Kovacs did?
  • -No, but if you give me more time - - Like always. I take care of the house. ...
  • My bora-fake-account-detector-3000-next-gen-deluxe-edition™ has recognized no "bora"-like pattern in his behaviour.
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