Correcting dictation on iphone

When using the iphone to dictate a comment, is there a way (through special words) for the iphone to delete the last few works without pressing Done to manually delete it?

I remember with PC software like Dragon Dictation etc in the 1990s, you would say "delete that" or "New paragraph" and it would delete the last word without existing the dictation mode.  I know new paragraph and full stop as voice commands works on the iphone, but I cannot figure out how to delete some incorrectly dictated words.

The same also goes for mac as well as iphone.
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David AndersTechnician Commented:
Not that I am aware of, iOS prevents apps from some control of the OS?

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What It Can’t Do
While in many ways, the dictation feature is more accurate and faster than the (previous) OS X version, it does not allow for voice editing dictated sentences, as can be done with Dragon Dictate for the Mac. If you need to, for example, delete the last word you dictated, it must be done manually. Whereas with Dragon Dictate for the Mac, it includes voice editing commands, such as “delete word” “insert after the word…” and “capitalize [the spoken word].”

There are other voice dictation apps in the iTunes store, such as Voice Dictation for Notes ($1.99), which includes automatic grammar correction, and support for 25 languages and dialects with speech recognition; and Nuance’s own mobile Dragon Dictation (Free) app

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u587162Author Commented:
Can third party dictation apps override the iPhone's own dictation function?
u587162Author Commented:

Any update to my last question?

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