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Fix Grammatical Errors

Discussion in 'Associated Content & Writing Articles' started by AustinNash5, Feb 18, 2017.

  1. AustinNash5

    AustinNash5 BANNED BANNED Jr. VIP

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    Hey I placed a pretty big order of words, quite a few mistakes in the writing which I expected.

    What program would you recommend to fix these errors and make the content as friendly for google as possible in regards to how they read and the grammar looks. Since this kinda matters.

    Any help would be appreciated :)
     
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    I've looked at grammarly but I haven't seen any others
     
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    Native speaker who can edit your content is your best bet. Tools like Grammarly are great but have their own limitations.
     
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    Yeah, get someone on fiverr to proofread it.
     
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    Man, that's a tough one.
     
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    I'll do it for $100. Have a highly-rated iWriter account and am top-notch when it comes to grammar.
     
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    (I) have a highly-rated iWriter account and (I) am top-notch when it comes to grammar. I'm informal when typing on a forum. That's subject-verb agreement. It's not like it should be I be or I is...
     
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    How many words? Pm me if you would like me to do it manually for you.
     
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    Proof read when done.
     
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    I have premium grammarly account
    this tools will help you complete task
    just $10 , you can get lifetime premium


    contact me
     
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    I prefer ProWritingAid. The free version is fairly good, but for $40 or so you can get an annual subscription to the premium version which gives you add-ins for Word, Google Docs, Chrome and Scrivener.

    No grammar tool catches everything, and they all throw up some erroneous suggestions, but they do help tighten and refine language, and speed up the proofreading process - you just have to know which suggestions to ignore.

    I generally write between 5000 and 7500 words of content per day and ProWritingAid saves me a good chunk of time. That said, for higher end articles I always get a proofreader to double check.