What do you use to check grammar?
I have found GINGER is very good and user-friendly. Always at hand to suggest small changes in grammar, punctuation, spelling. The kind of tools that polishes a good article.
WARNING: When you are ready to copy the polished article onto the hub, turn the darned thing off. I spent hours trying to get rid of underlines on my hub until I worked out where they were coming from.
BBE: It is free.
I use the Associated Press Stylebook. It is generally accepted by most professional writers in the marketplace today, with the possible exception of college English professors who aren't concerned out the limitations of word count or number of column inches.
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