I asked these questions earlier but I don't think they were ever answered (if they were, my apologies):
There are a few fundamental mispellings that spellchecker doesn't give the right suggestion for. Example: if you type 'teh' the spell checker sees it is wrong but does not suggest 'the'. Is there any way to teach it that it should suggest 'the' when it sees 'teh'?
I don't recall seeing either of these questions. But here is the answers?
Yes, I believe you could modify "THE" manually in the dictionary with the metaphonic value of "T"
As an asside, what do people think about "Auto-Correction" words like "TEH" -> "THE" being supported in the spellchecker? It wouldn't be that much harder to add it.
Also, is there any way to teach it that 'e.g.' and 'i.e.' are ok words (it seems to view each letter as its own word because of the period that follows, so simply adding e.g. or i.e. to the list of learned words doesn't seem to help).
Yeah, I think I might know a way to do that... I believe you can add those to $Spell_Config['Symbol_Tags'] which gets stripped out.