Grammar check


Our grammar check tool can help you proofread your writing for any grammar mistakes before anyone else reads it. To use it, simply paste your text into the tool, and click 'check'. The tool will then read through all of your writing, and highlight any issues it finds. You can then amend them as needed.

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About Grammar Checker

This grammar checker tool is one of the most important tools you can have in your writing arsenal. Good grammar is often overlooked these days, but it's vital that you watch your grammar as you write. Poor grammar can make you look disorganised or sloppy, which is something you'll always want to avoid. Whether you're writing assignments, work documents, or blogs, you need to be sure your writing is professional.

This is where our grammar check tool comes in. It's difficult to catch all grammar errors yourself, so you can use the tool to help you find them. It takes only a minute, and you'll see exactly where you need to make edits. As well as this, it will help you see what mistakes you commonly make. When you know this, you can work on correcting them in your writing. It's a tool that every writer should be using.

The Most Popular Grammar Mistakes and How to Avoid Them

There are lots of grammar issues that writers commonly get wrong. Here's a few of the most popular mistakes, and how you can avoid them.

  • Wrong word usage: Lots of words in the English language sound very similar, and so are used incorrectly in writing. For example, you may write 'She excepted his offer' rather than 'She accepted his offer.' If you're in doubt, look up the definition of a word before you use it.
  • Run on sentences: A run on sentence has two different clauses, with no punctuation. For example, you would write 'He tried to sneak out his mother saw him leaving.' Instead, break the sentence up. This would now read 'He tried to sneak out, his mother saw him leaving.'
  • It's/Its: Many people find this confusing, and so use the apostrophe, or leave it out, incorrectly. The apostrophe is used when the word means 'belonging to it'.
  • Misplaced modifier: A modifier is a word that describes another. If it's misplaced, it can look confusing or ridiculous. For example, 'She found the sparkly girl's bracelet' should read 'She found the girl's sparkly bracelet.'

Grammar Checker for Students

As a student, you have to think about a lot of things when you're writing your assignments. Grammar is often something that slips down the list, and by the time to deadline comes around it's too late. That's why this grammar checker is such a good tool for you. All you have to do is paste that assignment in, make the changes, and you're good to go.

This tool offers you the help you need to get your writing done well. Bad grammar can lead to you getting marked down, so it's essential that you get a handle on it. Use this tool and you're good to go.

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