Wish Your Writing Had
Less Fewer Misteaks Mistakes?
There are many ways to improve your writing. However, when it comes to polishing your final draft it can be difficult. Why?Note: Posts on this blog often have referral links that help feed our writers when you sign up through them. Want to write here too? Pop a note in the comments below. Thanks!
Quite often we are so involved with the message behind what we're writing, we can't see errors that would jump off the page at other readers. One way to polish your final draft is to read it aloud, but if we are used to making the same mistakes for years, what sounds correct to us may not be grammatically correct. Another way to spot some mistakes is to use a translator app and look to see if anything doesn't translate correctly. A third way to check some mistakes is to have your computer read it back to you. While each of these ways can help, there is a much easier way to check your grammar, especially, if you're like me and don't have a lot of time to be fiddling with things online.
The Free Grammarly App!
Grammarly' is a free online app that universities have been using for years to check grammar, spelling, punctuation and even tone! While universities use Premium plans that are more robust for checking things such as punctuation in complex sentences and plagiarism, for the rest of us, the free app can get us through most of what we want to do.
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