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how can i do check for my article for English grammer passed ok

Discussion in 'Copywriting' started by SUPER!HERO, Aug 17, 2013.

  1. #1
    hello
    i'm not native English language so when i write content i want to check it if good for readers in reading as high quality content and passed for English and writing grammers

    I want any tool or online tool for this purpose

    waiting for your help
     
    SUPER!HERO, Aug 17, 2013 IP
  2. SUPER!HERO

    SUPER!HERO Greenhorn

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    thanks but this tool every thing i type and is it wrong ok but give me always No writing errors were found so please any other perfect and working tested tool please
     
    SUPER!HERO, Aug 17, 2013 IP
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    BRITTANEY86 Banned

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    The best tools for me are Grammerly.com and Copyscape.You can try out with this,it does work for me.I don't know whether it will be of any help to you.
    Good luck!
     
    BRITTANEY86, Aug 17, 2013 IP
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    Devtard Notable Member

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    Parker8239 Active Member

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    I would suggest to add ginger in your desk..It's really helpful to check errors.

    Cheers!
     
    Parker8239, Aug 19, 2013 IP
  6. SUPER!HERO

    SUPER!HERO Greenhorn

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    thanks but i love tea on my desk hhhh
    so any other opinions
     
    SUPER!HERO, Aug 19, 2013 IP
  7. Digitalfanatic

    Digitalfanatic Greenhorn

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    Lol. Ginger is a software for checking the grammer. it works in realtime.
     
    Digitalfanatic, Sep 14, 2013 IP
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    Spoiltdiva Notable Member

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    Listen to me, how are you ever supposed to learn English by using internet tools? Get an old fashioned hand dictionary and use it as you are composing content as to how to spell words. Then run it through Google Translate again and again until you get it at a decent level. Only this way will your English improve.
    Also get out there and converse with English speaking people.
    I went to school and learnt to speak/write reasonable English by the time I was 12 years old, but in addition also later did what I'm advocating here to you. If I can do it, then so can you......good luck mon amie.;)
     
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    lukeit Active Member

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    i agree with spoiltdiva. if you aren't an english native, you will made many errors sure, and readers will think that your blog is unprofessional.


    the solution is: write simple and short, or engage an english writer (best solution).
     
    lukeit, Sep 15, 2013 IP
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    HomeDesigner Active Member

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    Sounds like a good way, but don't you think that using this way, while writing, he may try to translate expressions from his own language to English ? Which may not work all the time, however, it is a good tool for a writer who already masters the grammar and wants to improve his vocab.
    I suggest reading, it will help you learn to think and write in English, also learn to use English expressions in their correct sense. What do you think ?
     
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  11. Spoiltdiva

    Spoiltdiva Notable Member

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    I guess we all have tips on how to improve our English but....really the best way is English immersion. I had to learn quickly due to the fact that I was surrounded by English speaking people for a time. Even my French speaking parents spoke English to me at home, so I would learn faster.....it worked.
     
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    Vlasic Active Member

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    Grammarly Premium is quite powerful.
    I agree with Spoiltdiva. If language immersion is impossible in your case, try switching to English media completely. TV, music, online magazines and news websites may give a boost to your vocabulary. If there is a TV series that you like, watch them in English with English subtitles first. Try sorting out some country singers without lyrics. This is how I was learning French when I was obsessed with it.
    Thesaurus is another useful writer's tool, but be easy on that one. When abused, Thesaurus will make you sound like an obviously non-native speaker attempting at eloquence:
     
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    digitalcreativenetwork Member

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    If you are looking for some good online Grammar checking tool then you can try - http://www.grammarbase.com/check/# . This tool is good in terms of detecting even minor grammatical errors and mark them out along with offering suggestions. I think, this may help you a lot.
     
    digitalcreativenetwork, Oct 16, 2013 IP
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    You can use http://www.grammarly.com/ or then simple use http://translate.google.com/ also does the job preatty well.
     
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    Damina Peon

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    You could use the grammar checker in Word, or ask someone to check it for you, perhaps hire a proofreader?
     
    Damina, Nov 15, 2013 IP