How it Works
First, write out your text as usual in any word processing program that you prefer. Review it yourself first to catch any stray words or thoughts and bring them in to order.
When you’re done, enter your text into the form above (bookmark this page now for later use!)
Press the Free Check button. If you see an underlined spelling error, style suggestion, or grammar suggestion in your text, click on them to see more options. Apply corrections where you need them. Then, the system will automatically check grammar usage and spelling and give you the final verdict. Lastly, make the suggested changes to your text before you send it on its way. Make a final read-through to make sure that you’ve caught everything, and that you agree with the changes.
Meanwhile, the Deep Check button checks your text the same way the “Free Check” button does. The difference is the Deep Check button is capable of detecting even more difficult-to-spot mistakes, such as run-on sentences or dangling modifiers, and up to ten times more mistakes than popular word processors.*
*GrammarCheck users are eligible to a 20% discount on new subscriptions and renewals if they sign up here.
This exercise tests your understanding of English grammar. Four sentences are given in each set of questions. Only one of them is grammatically correct. Choose that sentence.
a) He had leave of four days.
b) I am hopeless to pass.
c) We have never seen a so good boy.
d) It was so big a box that I could not lift it.
a) He got an employment there.
b) Mankind should love nature.
c) We should not make noise.
d) I have an urgent business.
a) Much efforts bring their reward.
b) Many villagers cannot write his name.
c) He is a coward man.
d) People often spend their leisure in cinemas.
a) He takes no care over his work.
b) I asked to him why he was angry.
c) John said can he go home.
d) Leave the horse’s reigns.
a) I would not hear you.
b) He took out his shoes.
c) I have ordered for a new racquet.
d) All day I was wearing a sweater.
a) I had a mind to play.
b) He came putting on a smart jacket.
c) The ship was drowned.
d) I was second in my class.
1. d) It was so big a box that I could not lift it.
2. b) Mankind should love nature.
3. d) People often spend their leisure in cinemas.
4. a) He takes no care over his work.
5. d) All day I was wearing a sweater.
6. d) I was second in my class.