Oh, grammar! I was never keen on the rules and now in my old age, I am generally at a loss as to where and when to place a comma. When I found Grammarly and used their free grammar checker I knew my prayers had been answered. From day one Grammarly improved my writing. Now, I don’t have to fear prepositions at the end of the sentence, writing predominately in a passive voice, or worry about those dang commas. Grammarly checks it all.
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If I’m writing I am using Grammarly. I have not found a better proofreader out there. I started with the free version but quickly realized that I needed all of the bells and whistles for the amount of writing that I do. I self-edit my writing so I need all of the help I can get seeing those errors. That, and I have a comma problem.
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