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This article introduces a prototype of a writing (and learning) assistant for verbal relative clauses of the African language Sepedi, accessible from within a dictionary or from a word processor. It is an example of how a user support tool for complicated grammatical structures in a scarcely resourced language can be compiled. We describe a dynamic lightweight tool aimed at combining user-knowledge with text production support, i.e., user-involved interactive text production of the complicatedfatcat:gx6fjqvahfbs3h24dmbjl7xefy