Grammar Tools I Use: Grammarly.com & Slickwrite.com

11:27 PM Cindy 4 Comments

I am neither fluent nor perfect crafting an article using The English language. But I am trying to improve it. Thankfully, I have now Grammarly.com and Slickwrite.com as a weapon! These two tools help me a lot to improve my English composition.

Oops, I know this topic is way out of my niche, but you can choose whether you want to read this entry or skip it.

I found out about grammarly.com recently from my boss. He shares the link to our department because he wants us to improve our writing skills. I use this tool for contextual spelling, grammar and punctuations. I am currently using the free version but if I have money I would avail the premium because this tool is wicked! And another tool that I like is Slickwrite.com. I use it to check sentence structure to avoid too many adverbs on sentences. Unlike Grammarly.com, this tool is free to use!

What about you? Do you have weaknesses that you are trying to improve either on writing, savings or other things? Share your opinion on the comment thread below.

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4 comments:

  1. My English (writing and speaking) skills are still far from perfect. Will check out these two sites to learn more. Thanks for sharing! :)

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    1. No worries and thank you too for taking the time to visit my blog Ms. Edel. :)

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  2. I use Ginger sis. It's a free tool. ngayon ko lang narinig yung Slickwrite.com gusto ko i-try.

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  3. I use grammarly site too to check my newly blogpost but slickwrite, I think I should check that as well. Thanks for sharing!

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