Imput or Input

Imput or Input?

“Imput” is a commonly misused spelling and pronunciation of the word “input.”

“Input” refers to the act of putting something in, most commonly concerning a data process or other function. In this case, it functions as a verb. As a noun, it refers to the data that you enter.

“Imput” is not a word, despite what many think to the contrary.

The correct answer to the all four sentences is “input.”

The report contains a substantial input by the police.
 I don’t need your input.
We listen to our employees and value their input.
I’d appreciate your input on this.


4 thoughts on “Imput or Input?”

  1. These grammatical rules and guidelines for writers are fantastic. Thanks to Hallard Press for their INPUT.

  2. I got them all right.
    Reading Questions of the Week and other gems from HALLARD PRESS are doing wonders for me.

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