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I am trying to improve my writing and looking for a good online grammar program that lets me know what grammatical errors I am making. I am pretty good in my spelling so not looking for a spell check but more of sentence structuring. I do not find Word particularly useful for my purpose. Any suggestions?
kio wrote:I've been using Grammarly. It's not the best, but it's better than word.
Thanks for the suggestion I was wanting to try something out as well. I know grammar is one of my weaknesses.
-- 03 Aug 2016, 19:07 --
Ginger is a software program that you download and it goes through your manuscript highlighting grammatical errors and suggesting changes.
stanley wrote:You are looking for a program, I know, that alerts you to grammatical errors, but what about the little book that's been around for so long, "Elements of Style" by Strunk and White. You've probably already read it, but occasional revisiting sharpens one's own discernment and sensitivity to language.
― Cassandra Clare, Clockwork Angel