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kaoxx287[General Discussion] English correction logiciel

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Hi, CS members!

I'm currently writing a book in English (which is not my native language), so i'm looking for the best way to correct the mistakes in spelling, grammar and bad turn of phrase.

I used for a time Grammarly but I don't know if their is anything better out there or if you have a ling to have this kind of logiciel for free.

Thanks for your help and advices!
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Wow, we got a book writer on CS, respect.

Would you like to share on what are you writing?

Regards.
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(11-02-2021, 11:26 AM)DA Wrote: Wow, we got a book writer on CS, respect.

Would you like to share on what are you writing?

Regards.
Well, I started a few years ago and published it on royal road.

It's a fantasy novel named Sacred Brother.

I started it on a whim when I was studying and now i'm trying to progress to one day publish something. But before I want to finish this story. (I hate leaving things unfinished)
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Good luck!
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#5
Good luck with this task. I use grammarly too. I think you wont find a better free writting corrector. Have you tried grammarly premium?
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(25-03-2021, 07:57 PM)Porky2021 Wrote: Good luck with this task. I use grammarly too. I think you wont find a better free writting corrector. Have you tried grammarly premium?
I used grammarly for a time but not premium (don't have the money for that). It was quite good but probably not enough as I had to use him along other correctors on my previous pc (don't remember the name of the others). Currently, I'm using mainly books (thesaurus collection) which is incredible but very time consuming.

Anyway thanks for the reminder of grammarly, kind of forgot I used it.
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The grammarly addon for google docs is ok, as is the LanguageTools add on. Combined, they take out most spelling and tense errors, but don't do that much for run-ons, comma splices, and the like. Honestly, I haven't found an online tool that really corrects for sentence errors.
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