Grammarly claims to be: The World’s Best Grammar Checker and I think that may be a valid claim. I have tested several grammar checkers previously and you can read about them here 5 free Grammar Checkers for Bloggers and Writers.
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Today I began trying out the free Grammarly Lite – Smart Spellchecker 2.32 add-on for Firefox browsers. It can be used to write without mistakes on Facebook, Gmail, Twitter, Tumblr, Linkedin, and anywhere else on the Web. It features:
- Contextual spell check – correct misspelled words and misused dictionary words (loose-lose, there-their-they’re, affect-effect, lie-lay).
- Grammar check – check for misused articles, prepositions, capitalization, subject/verb agreement, modifier placement, and more
- Punctuation correction – ensure correct use of commas, apostrophes, colons, dashes, and ending punctuation
- Synonyms suggestion – access in-text contextual thesaurus to quickly find synonyms for any word
- Dictionary & Thesaurus – use built-in smart dictionary to look up word definitions with one click.
Do you use an automated spell checker and/or grammar checker?