Does that Grammar Check cost anything? When I look at it, it stated that it will be free for such and such a time. That sounds like after that they charge. Anybody knows how much?
Grammar check is totally free it costs nothing and it is automatic check grammer
Hello Ankigarg -- Sorry being so late coming back to you. How do I get the free grammar check? Will I be able to use it on Hugpages?
MS Office provides a "free" grammar check application. "Free" meaning that you pay for it when you buy their Office product. And when you do, it confuses more than enlightens you. There are a number of grammar check applications for free on the Web, but they're not very good.
May I suggest a private tutor? You will get more from the tutor than you ever will from a grammar check application.
The most useful grammar checker is the one that comes with Office Word - it does not try to be too clever and just highlights mistakes and offers a correction.
No need to check my grammar, she's been dead many years. Grampa went even sooner.
Read "Elements of Style" by William Strunk.
The book was written in 1918 and is a classic on style and grammar. Probably the best book ever written on this subject. It will help your writing.
Hello, hello, it sounds like you are talking about a specific product, which is not free. But you did not provide enough information for us to understand what product you are talking about.
True, there are grammar checkers built into some software, like word processing programs.
HubPages provides spell check for hubs, available in editing mode. There is no grammar check available from HubPages.
It was advertise and it is from goole but when I clicked they just talked about the free period but not the cost after that. It sound like there is a cost but did not say how much. Thankyou for coming and trying to help me.
You are welcome. From what I have read, the leading grammar checkers are Whitesmoke (software) - as mentioned by Skyfire above - and Grammarly (online). Neither are free, although there may be a trial period.
http://www.yourdictionary.com/dictionar … ammar.html
Im not sure what gramma checker your talking about, (I sure wish I had one) but as far as I can tell, none of it is free. You would be better off learning correct grammar. I know mine is all off, I do try, and there are sites where you can check specific rules. Those are easy enough to find on Google. If you find an actual free checker, let us know.
Option 1: Whitesmoke ( You've to pay for this software).
Option 2: Paper rater, It checks for basic grammatical mistakes, plagiarism and other factors.
Everybody is in such a furry to write, I mean in such a harry, no,( sorry Harry is the one who is getting married in GB),hurry, I mean. Everytime I can write something negligeble, no, eligible,no, surely I meant something else, I am in a harry (poor rich Harry, he is rushing it, I am sure) - hurry to publish it.
Did I say something?
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