From the time Grammarly was launched in 2009, it has steadily expanded its accuracy and capabilities, and users have paid the company its due, being consistently ranked at the top of the pack of grammar checking software lists. When Grammarly calls itself the “world’s most accurate grammar checker,” hardly anyone disputes it, including us. This app is available for free, so you can easily get a hands-on experience with it at no cost
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Reverso’s unique proposition involves grammar and spells check services not just for English but also for other major languages of the world: Spanish, French, Italian, German, Polish, Russian, Arabic, Hebrew, and many more. To use Reverso, you either type or say what you want to translate. In seconds, Reverso then generates the result in the language you have selected.
The first thing you will notice about the native Ginger interface is its close resemblance to Microsoft Word. All semblance of similarity, however, just about ends there, as while Word will not see anything wrong with a sentence like “I lick to reed a camel,” Ginger will promptly see through the relevant context and reformat the sentence as “I like to ride a camel.” The original line makes for a direct spot in some dark humor forum, while the corrected one enables you to breathe a sigh of relief and to salvage some measure of legitimacy in your budding writing career.