What do you do to double check your grammar and to spell check your hubs ?
English is not my native language but I'm trying to improve it through writing and speaking with native speaker. I want to know if you know any way to find either a proof reader or a website better than spellchecker for grammar.
I currently use http://www.spellchecker.net/spellcheck/ to double check grammar and spelling error but it seem it not enough.
The best method I have found is to write the original copy using Microsoft Word which has both spell checking and grammar help along with synonyms and a thesaurus. It is a simple matter to copy and paste the edited version into your Hub. Yes it isn't free and it isn't perfect, but it is worth every penny and has so many other functional possibilities.
The best thing to spell check and grammar check your writings is using Microsoft word it has all necessary facilities to improve your writings as my friend Bozoplay mentioned. I also was in search of any software for that and ultimately settled with Word. It is doing better for me.
by Peg Cole 5 years ago
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by thebeast02 2 years ago
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by Russ Moran - The Write Stuff 3 years ago
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by ASHWINSPGA 10 years ago
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by The Write Life 21 months ago
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