Since I see so many people make mistakes in grammar, I thought I'd give you some free websites to help you with these pesky issues.
If your grammar isn't quite up to par, you may feel anxiety gnawing at your nerve endings when you need to write an important letter.
Maybe you want to try to write a story or even a book, and you're unsure about your grammar skills. Don't be anxious or scared away from something you want to do. Be proactive and improve your skills.
5 Free Online Grammar Resources
Grammar Check is quick and easy. Just paste your text into the form and press the grey Free Check button. If you see anything underlined, click on it to see suggestions or options for correction.
spelling error, style suggestion, or grammar suggestion in your text, click on them to see more options. Apply corrections where you need them. Then, the system will automatically check grammar usage and spelling and give you the final verdict.
Virtual Writing Tutor
This website works pretty much the same as the one above. "It helps writers count words, check spelling, check grammar and punctuation, check paraphrasing, improve word choice, self-assess the use of target structures, and master English pronunciation." There's also an aspect of it that trains one to be a better proofreader.
This website is a grammar, spelling, and style checker and gives statistics on the text you enter. Try the sample when you go there. They say they correct 10 times more mistakes than MS Word.
Grammar Look Up
This website uses artificial intelligence to check grammar and punctuation mistakes and highlight style issues too. They also are user friendly and fast.
On this website, you can actually look up grammar rules so you won't keep making the same mistakes.
Question of the Day: What's your grammar gremlin that troubles you most?
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Being proactive is always better than ignoring a problem. The internet makes it easy with good, free resources.
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