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Grammarly

Grammar

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  1. Corbyn
    Grammarly is a free resource which you can add to your browser or download. They do have a paid version which I am currently testing out. I have to admit that I do like it. It's not a cure-all for bad grammar, but it does help clean things up for those of us who are grammatically challenged.

    In my case, it's helped immensely with passive voice. I point that out because I know it's at the end of my last paragraph. :p

    URL for more info:

    www.grammarly.com/

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Recent Reviews

  1. Norahc
    Norahc
    4/5,
    It keeps me on track and hopefully keeps me from sounding less than intelligent.
  2. Glen Barrington
    Glen Barrington
    3/5,
    It's OK for what it is, a quick check on punctuation and grammar check. I tend to stick commas everywhere and it catches that sort of thing
  3. Mark Burton
    Mark Burton
    3/5,
    It picks up on some of the common grammatical issues, but it does not work with quite a number of applications, like Google Docs and yWriter. Another bugbear is that you cannot get it to ignore things it thinks are "errors" and there is a lot of noise as a result. I think https://prowritingaid.com/ is better.
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