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Tables of frequently used spoken words, in UK English, US English and Spanish

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Hi there,

We're currently building a spell check type algorithm, which we wish to give suggestions on a right-click - like one would get with Word.

We have the suggestion capability, but no data to enable the sorting of these in order of 'the most likely to be the right word'.

Does anyone know if there is a resource that can provide tables of frequently used (spoken or written) words in UK, US English and Spanish?

Many thanks

BH
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Thanks this is helpful!
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