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What is the best Grammar, spelling mistakes correction tool?

Discussion in 'Associated Content & Writing Articles' started by PCTag, Jan 5, 2013.

  1. PCTag

    PCTag Junior Member

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    I'm not a native English speaker. I have a tech blog. I need to know what is the best grammar, spelling, punctuation mistakes correction software or online service for check my blog post those errors?

    Currently I use GingerIt. So what is your recommendation. I think MS word 2010 not a perfect solution. Paid services or application not an issue.
     
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  2. bitencrypt

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    I have a good one for you.. google 'WhiteSmoke'.
     
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    lakim0 BANNED BANNED

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    English teacher.
     
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    sathyavcs Regular Member

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    grammerly is the one that I know
     
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  5. PCTag

    PCTag Junior Member

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    Thank you so much friend your suggestions. I'll try them. However I prefer one time payment solution.

    Is it a grammar and spelling mistake correct tool? I think it's not.
     
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    used this paperrater.com than copyscape
     
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    Beingakrant BANNED BANNED

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    You should try the paid account of Grammarly. It's among the best in the market.

    Cheers :)
     
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    grammarly mate...
     
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    Have you considered hiring a sub-editor?
     
  11. writer@<3

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    If you want free, then After the Deadline is good - its what Wordpress.com uses with Jetpack, and you can get Firefox/chrome extensions too. You can set it for whatever language you need it for.
     
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    you can check reverso online or download it on your pc.
     
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    I recommend you ¨grammarly¨
     
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    spellcheckplus.com, had the pro account for years, well worth it
     
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    codexehow Power Member

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    Grammarly
    PaperRater
    White Smoke

    Are all good, depending on the level of help you need. Grammarly is not free, nor is White Smoke. You can get a working version of White Smoke on TPB. PaperRater is free, but pretty basic.

    These tools will only help you so much. They become a crutch after a while.
     
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    For spelling a single word that may be long, typing it into google actually helps correct the word if any errors are made
     
  17. Samx0

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    I use spellcheckplus and ginger software. Ginger is quite good and finds plenty of mistakes. IMO it's the best out there and it's free.