grammar checker

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grammar checker

Software that analyzes the grammar of a sentence. It can check for and highlight incomplete sentences, awkward phrases, wordiness and poor grammar.


A Grammar Error
This screen shot was excerpted from the grammar checker in the Corel WordPerfect office suite. It has highlighted the words "keys is" in the sentence because it is grammatically incorrect. Note the explanation at the bottom about subject-verb agreement. (Image courtesy of Corel Corporation, www.corel.com)
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For example, grammar check does not always correctly provide proper subject-verb agreement, correct tense agreement, or correctly identify a complete sentence structure.
Use the tools available in your word processor--such as spell and grammar check.
Broken Jaw Press, it seems, not only has a broken jaw but a broken spell check, an absent grammar check a blind proofreader, and an editor who must have been away on holiday when this book was published.
WordPerfect Office 11 from Corel has enhanced compatibility with other file formats, ability to publish to XML and PDF, access to Microsoft Outlook[R] Address book, multilingual writing tools for more than 30 languages, RealTime preview, and a wealth of specific helps like the Pleading Wizard for creating legal documents, a Pocket Oxford[TM] Dictionary, thesaurus, and Grammatik[R] grammar check.
grammar check and spell check the document and have it proofread by another person;
Student Mary Allsop of Liverpool, complained that her Microsoft Word '95 grammar check suggested using the word people rather than men or women so as not to offend "gender-sensitive" users.
Snapdeal's multi-lingual platform combines translation, trans-literation and grammar check to deliver relevant experience in each language.
Even so, the grammar check sometimes will not help, and writers are left on their own, such as when interim phrases are used between the subject and verb.
It produces articles in three steps-collecting data, writing sentences, and going through spelling and grammar checks.
Not only do grammar checks, spell checks, clip art and the like remove the voice of the writer, they also can sanitise the writing.