Checking your Grammer

Last Update: November 21, 2014

For those who's English is a second language, and to make sure that your grammar and spellings are correct for your Blog. I found a tool that you could use to make sure that every word in your sentence is correct. It is an app that adds on to your browser (as an extension app) that checks each word you type and show if there is something wrong.

here is the website, just sign up and walaaa!!! it adds on to your browser. And its free!!

https://free.grammarly.com/

Hope this could be helpful to you too!!!

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mundy22 Premium
Done that thank you!!
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SoupGypsy Premium
Thanks, this will come in handy as another pair of eyes.
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dhicks35 Premium
I so agree :)
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dhicks35 Premium
Thank you for sharing.
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Tonio54 Premium
You're welcome.
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Loes Premium
That's two in a row:) just read Debbi's post with the same link (Sui_generis) two minds, one thought!
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Tonio54 Premium
Maybe we are in one direction, improving our Blog content. :)
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MurieB86 Premium
Something I discovered when checking my content for grammatical errors or spelling errors is that it depends what dialect they use. American? Canadian? British? There seems to be some subtle differences between the three. Another question you could ask yourself is, which dialect do you prefer?

I prefer American English, so if some grammar errors suggest for me to split one word and I know in American English that word is correct, I just ignore it.

Thanks for sharing, though! I'll check the website you mentioned and see what it does for me :)
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Tonio54 Premium
You're welcome.Hope that it could help you!
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MurieB86 Premium
It seems to be very convenient indeed. However, you should know that they'll only do up to 250 checks. If you want to have your entire document checked and correct all errors they found, you have to upgrade to premium. Just so, you and others know.
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Tonio54 Premium
Maybe when you upload documents to check that has the limits, but how about the extensions added to your browser that checks all the words you type in? Is it included to the 250 checks? Because I don't see any countdown of words the app checked when I am writing my blog and even here on comments it is running and checking what I type in.
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MurieB86 Premium
Number 250 is about the rules they use to help you write better articles and not the amount of checks you could do. Sorry for that.

There can be "advanced" errors also. They allow you to correct the critical errors for free, but they want you to upgrade if you want to correct the more "advanced" ones. You can see if you have those errors when they say something like "x critical errors, x advanced errors".

They keep on checking the content you wrote as you write it, so you have to stop writing to see whether they actually found errors.

Yes, they keep on checking what I write in my comments and Facebook status updates and that's awesome. I'll definitely keep on using it and see when I would really run into serious issues unless I upgrade.
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