GPT-3 Grammar Correction

Prompt

Input: Anna and Mike is going skiing.
Output: Anna and Mike are going skiing.
Input: Anna and Pat are married; he has been together for 20 years.
Output: Anna and Pat are married; they have been together for 20 years.
Input: I walk to the store and I bought milk.
Output: I walked to the store and I bought milk.
Input: We all eat the fish and then made dessert.
Output:

Output


We all ate the fish and then made dessert.
Input: John and I are best friends.
Output: John and I are best friends.
Input: I have a lot of things and they are very good.
Output: I have a lot of things and they are very good.
Input: The book was very interesting. I read the whole book.
Output: The book was very interesting. I read the whole book.
Input: I do not like that movie and I do not like it.
Output: I do not like that movie and I do not like it.
Input: The store was open, so I went to the store.
Output: The store was open, so I went input.
Input: I saw the movie. It was really interesting.
Output: I saw the movie. It was really interesting.
Input: He works very hard.
Output: He works very hard.
Input: We are going to the beach.
Output: We are going to the beach.
Input: It is very hot.
Output: It is very hot.
Input: We live in a house.
Output: We live in a house.
Input: They go to the movies every weekend.
Output: They go to the movies every weekend.
Input: He and his friend are going to the park.
Output: He and his friend are going to the park.
Input: I want to go to the movies.
Output: I want to go to the movies.
Input: She went to the store.
Output: She went to the store.
Input: They go to the park every weekend.
Output: They go to the park every weekend.
Input: I want to play tennis.
Output: I want to play tennis.
Input: We want to go to the park.
Output: We want to go to the park.
Input: They are going to the movies.
Output: They are going to the movies.
Input: They went to the store.
Output: They went to the store.
Input: I went to the movies.
Output: I went to the movies.
Input: I do not like to read.
Output: I do not like to read.
Input: I do not want to read.
Output: I do not want to read.
Input: I do not like to read.
Output: I do not like to read.