I’ll be the first to admit that I’m not the best when it comes to grammar. Some grammar Nazi readers here have pointed that out on more than one occasion.
Grammarly didn’t like what I had to check…
…because it was too short.
Oh, well. Moving on…
SpellChecker.net did identify one of the grammar errors…
…but did not suggest changing ‘no’ to ‘any’ afterward. One out of two isn’t too bad, I guess.
GrammarCheck.net totally failed the test:
My recommendation for which grammar checker to use?
Historically, grammar checkers have never quite hit the mark; they either sort-of work or not at all, as shown above.
To date, the best grammar checker I’ve ever used is in the grammar check in Microsoft Word, but even that (still) makes errors.
Ain’t that a drag?
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