--- a/doc/API/Mesh.tex
+++ b/doc/API/Mesh.tex
@@ -9,9 +9,9 @@
 The \textit{mesh\_in} should be either
           \begin{itemize}
 \item a string containing the name of the file where the mesh is stored in .xml file
-If the file is not a .xml file you can try to use the commanddolfin-convert directly from the terminal. 
-\item a a PDE-tool like structure with matrix fields (p,e,t)\end{itemize}
-        The output \textit{mesh\_out} is a representation of the\textit{mesh\_in} which is compatible with fem-fenics. 
+If the file is not a .xml file you can try to use the command dolfin-convert directly from the terminal. 
+\item a PDE-tool like structure with matrix fields (p,e,t)\end{itemize}
+        The output \textit{mesh\_out} is a representation of the \textit{mesh\_in} which is compatible with fem-fenics. 
 The easiest way for dealing with meshes is using the msh pkg.
 
      \par \textbf{See also:} FunctionSpace.