Hello everyone,

How are you all?

I need please some suggestions. At the moment I am using Prowriting and Jaaxy as a grammar checker platform. The problem is, that they still let the articles pass with grammatical errors.

I tried to download Grammarly, but unfortunately, my devices are not compatible with the version.

Do you know or can you recommend me another grammar checker platform?

Thank you in advance.

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AllanDeBlase Premium
Hi Diana,

Lots of great suggestions below.

Unless you are writing a term paper for your final I would stick to verbiage that the average reader can easily understand.

I have to believe your reading skills are above average. Likewise, I'm sure your writing ability is also above par.

When writing content for the average person. I try to keep it very simple, hence I don't have to worry too much about grammar.

A college thesis don't get high rankings. I've read many a book that would have been a lot more enjoyable if it wasn't written in Professoriese.

Blessings,
-ALLAN-
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Diana112 Premium
Hi Allan,

I appreciate a lot the kindness of your words.

I am not a perfectionist, but I recently met an arrogant person who commented on grammatical errors saying is difficult to understand.

I do not think my articles are difficult, with or without grammar errors.

I accept both the appreciation and the criticism. That is why I am trying to do my best to make less grammatical errors.

Best Regards,
Diana.
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Ocelotl7 Premium
Once my post draft is in the shape I want, I copy and paste the text onto a Word file, do a spell and grammar check and make corrections (and save).

I then delete the obsolete text from my post draft - Then I copy the corrected Word text and paste it into my post draft; add media then Save, preview and then publish.

Necesity is the mother of invention.
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hsgoad Premium
This is an interesting question about Grammarly - started searching and this is what I found:

Grammarly doesn’t work in every browser. In fact, it is only compatible with five browsers. Google Chrome, Firefox, Safari, Internet Explorer and Edge are the five browsers that support Grammarly. Thus, the editor isn’t much good for Opera, Maxthon or Vivaldi users.

The other most common issue is that Grammarly isn’t compatible with every Chrome, Explorer, Edge, Safari and Firefox version. If you have of these - please your version to see if it needs to be updated.

Does either of these fix your situation?
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Diana112 Premium
Hi, thank you for your informative message. I have Chrome and doesn't work.
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hsgoad Premium
Now, this is frustrating and I am trying to locate a fix. So Chome is the newest version - did you try to download the Grammarly extension from the Chrome Store?
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Diana112 Premium
Is exactly what Marion Black told me.I installed but I do not know where I supposed to find the logo.
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hsgoad Premium
Sorry for being redundant with the questions. You should see it to the right of your Google address bar. If not this link might help https://support.grammarly.com/hc/en-us/articles/115000090372-I-don-t-see-the-G-icon-in-text-fields
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Diana112 Premium
Thank you very much for your help. I will check it now.

Have a great weekend,
Diana.
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hsgoad Premium
Hope we have been of some help.....
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Diana112 Premium
For sure yes....thank you very much. I appreciate it!

Best regards,
Diana.
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android6706 Premium
Grammarly works perfectly on my chrome. I'm sure there must be a fix.
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debzo Premium
I think it’s great you are so concerned About this and are doing something about it. Grammar is no problem for me as a native English speaker who excels at English. Don’t worry I have plenty of other problems :). So many posts I supply comments for use poor grammar. I know it is often a problem of having English as a second language so I ignore it but yesterday I was offered a post to comment on that was hardly readable and I felt that to comment on it would have been to endorse it so I passed on it. Good on you :)
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Diana112 Premium
Hi Deb, thank you for your support provided in your message. Your sense of humor made me smile. Thank you for that.

Have a great weekend,
Diana.
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lesabre Premium
Hi Diana, I usually use site content for my posts. It has it's own grammar and spell checker. Once I am satisfied, I continue to edit my post in word press, which does have a spell check.

There is also a plugin, but I have not used it and it is two years old. You can try it and if it does not serve your purpose save your content and delete the plugin.

Perfect Tense – Spelling and Grammar Checker
Perfect Tense is an AI-powered, spelling and grammar corrector. Perfect Tense will automatically detect and fix mistakes, proofread entire blog posts, …

By Perfect Tense


Best wishes,
Michael
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Diana112 Premium
Hi Michael, good information. Will check the entire blog? Will be great!
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