I prefer to use the Grammar checker in the Microsoft Word program. It works fairly well, though you'll have to make sure to check that you want to use it when you do a spell check.
I just always tend to catch my grammar errors after a hub has been published for a week or so. Now, that isn't to say that there aren't still errors in my hubs that need to be fixed, grammar wise.
I don't know, I want to learn too. My grammar is pretty bad... But I want to write
I use MS Word, plus I always read what I've written. Then when I publish I just do a quick check once more and usually see any mistakes at that point.
Like others the MS Word feature, my memory, and that is about it. I hope to take a class soon to refresh that memory thing
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 Audrey Selig3 years ago
Do you use a grammar checker when you write? MS word?
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 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 tamron6 years ago
I am moving a bunch of ehow articles and I am tweaking them before I submit them to hubpages and I need a grammar checker that high lights the parts of the articles that are duplicated to make the process a little...
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