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en/tour-basic.tex

 
 \subsection{Built-in help}
 
-Mercurial provides a built-in help system.  This invaluable for those
+Mercurial provides a built-in help system.  This is invaluable for those
 times when you find yourself stuck trying to remember how to run a
 command.  If you are completely stuck, simply run \hgcmd{help}; it
 will print a brief list of commands, along with a description of what
 
 There's nothing particularly magical about a repository; it is simply
 a directory tree in your filesystem that Mercurial treats as special.
-You can rename delete a repository any time you like, using either the
+You can rename or delete a repository any time you like, using either the
 command line or your file browser.
 
 \subsection{Making a local copy of a repository}
   changeset.  This is a free-form field, but it most often contains a
   person's name and email address.
 \item[\texttt{date}] The date and time on which the changeset was
-  created, and the timezone in which it was created.  (Thef date and
+  created, and the timezone in which it was created.  (The date and
   time are local to that timezone; they display what time and date it
   was for the person who created the changeset.)
 \item[\texttt{summary}] The first line of the text message that the
 
 Let's take a brief break from exploring Mercurial commands to discuss
 a pattern in the way that they work; you may find this useful to keep
-in mind as we continiue our tour.
+in mind as we continue our tour.
 
 Mercurial has a consistent and straightforward approach to dealing
 with the options that you can pass to commands.  It follows the