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Automatically fix your grammar mistakes while learning for a better english at the same time

Howard Lie 0

Do you love to speak and write in English? Well, my guides will help you in your process for sure. Check out the following methods!

1. Grammarly

Have you ever heard of Grammarly? Let me tell you, with Grammarly, you can write texts on Chrome, Windows or Microsoft Office without the fear of any grammar mistakes that may occur. You need to register an account with them in order to use their service. They offer free basic grammar checking and advanced premium grammar checking for a price. I haven’t tried their premium service that comes with advanced grammar checking, but I think it’s worth a try.

Apart from that, you can also change the auto-correction based on American English or British English. There are differences between them both, for example :

  • Organize (US) / Organise (UK)
  • Favorite (US) / Favourite (UK)
  • Center (US) / Centre (UK) etc.

Apart from that, there are also a lot of differences in Grammar and Punctuation. In my opinion, Grammarly is a worth-to-try service if you frequently find yourself confused or stuck when writing in english.

 

2. Reverso (Spelling and Grammar checker)

Well, this one is free… completely free. But, of course, this free one will be a little inconvenient if you are writing quite an amount of texts. But, if you are writing a huge amount of texts… it will be truly inconvenient for you. Let me explain, they don’t have auto-correct features like that. You have to paste every sentences into the box then click “check” to check the text you provided. About the accuration… well let’s just say sometimes it is better than Grammarly’s basic grammar check but I am sure it will not be better than Grammarly’s premium advanced grammar checking (even though I haven’t tried it). But, they are my best shot for short sentence checking.

 

I guess that’s all I have to tell you to help your grammar problem. If you have something to tell/share, please comment down below. 😀

We all love grammar.

PS : We are not endorsed by any firms. This post is based on personal experience.

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