No, as it contradicts itself - better to learn how to use grammar correctly in the first instance, so you don't need to run the annoying checker.
No, I don't either, not a grammar checker anyway... I always read through to see if the grammar I use is right. It will be beneficial to the writer to learn the use of grammar correctly, as it is one of the fundamentals of writing in English.
No. I reread my material. I think if you know how to spell and your grammar you should be able to do that; today technology makes things easier for everyone. When was the last time you used a calculator and figured things out on your own?
You can get a grammar or stlye book on Amazon, which will make you're life easier than a grammar checker on MS Word.
I use but I have noticed that grammar checker cannot correct passive voices; it can correct only active voices.
I use http://proofreadbot.com when I write any article because MS word is not able to check the apostrophe error.
While using MS Word, press F7 to quickly check spelling, grammar, etc.
To quickly check a word in thesaurus, select the word and then press 'SHIFT key + F7'
Following site really helps:
by Joan Whetzel5 years ago
Do you use the grammar check when you are writing?If so, do you find it helpful? If not, why not?
by Glenn Stok2 years ago
I read in today's blog about the Automated Grammar and Spelling Checker coming in September.I like the idea of correcting errors in comments. Many times I had to delete comments that were written with terrible...
by Nare Gevorgyan5 years ago
Where can I find a free grammar checker for article usage?I need to check the use of articles in my last hub. Any good grammar checker which can detect it? Desperately need a review
by Brinafr3sh6 years ago
What do you as a "grammer checker"?
by Leni Sands4 years ago
Just wondered if there was any point in having a spelling and grammar checker within hubpages?I raise this question because I see a lot of spelling and grammar mistakes while reading through hubs. It spoils an...
by Jason7 years ago
anyone have a link to a good free grammar checker ?
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