The Art of (Good) Writing

by Catherine Garcia*

Who can say that he/she doesn't need any proofreading help? Although most word processors include a grammar checker tool, they usually do not offer a useful explanation related to common grammar "rules" that helps not only to get a neat document, but also to get a self-improvement in writing.

Who can say that he/she doesn't need any proofreading help? Although most word processors include a grammar checker tool, they usually do not offer a useful explanation related to common grammar "rules" that helps not only to get a neat document, but also to get a self-improvement in writing.

It doesn't matter if you are an expert writer. If you do not have a personal assistant or a professional proofreader who has the time to check your texts, you'll need a grammar checker software!

Even you may be interested in a software that includes examples of word usages, texts and letters samples or 24/7 live tutors. It's just a matter of making your best choice by comparing products.

 

 

 

 

There are dozens of grammar checkers in the market, but not all may fit your personal or professional needs. So, when you have decided to buy a grammar tool, spend some time reviewing features and prices. It is also convenient to verify if it’s an online tool or you should download it to your computer. In case that you need to download your grammar checker, it is important to know if it’s compatible with your operating system and your frequent used word processors.

*Catherine Garcia is journalist and writer.