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    Hello, guy, I'm a professional content writer associated with various companies around the world, I wanted to know
    about a professional editing software which would assess the sentence structure, grammar etc. Im aware of grammarly pro, however its a tad too expensive.




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    Are you looking for a paid solution or a free one.

    As far as free ones, there is
    Grammar Check Online- It's Free|Ginger Software
    grammarcheck.net
    Grammar and spellchecker

    For paid ones, in addition to grammarly
    prowritingaid.com
    whitesmoke.com

    Also, if you're a blogger or working in a CMS, you can look for addons/ extensions for your CMS that also do this.

    As far as recommendations...i think a lot of these tend to fall short...since they inevitablely generate false errors for jargon and other stuff...I was told by technical writer once that its best to just use microsoft and "train" word on all the jargon and errors that are unique to you as a writer...beyond that bit of advice, I recommend just trialing a bunch of them out and see what works best for you...
    "...using this: sages act out of constructs but they do not rely on them"
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    Originally Posted by mr2299muslim
    Hello, guy, I'm a professional content writer associated with various companies around the world, I wanted to know
    about a professional editing software which would assess the sentence structure, grammar etc. Im aware of grammarly pro, however its a tad too expensive.




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    You might want to edit your post and take out the word professional, a professional content writer shouldn't need software to check grammer or sentence structure. Just sayin.

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    If you are the professional content writer then there is no need to use this types of tools or software you are asking for.
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    I disagree. I think professionals still need to be kept in check every now and then. Tools like Grammarly are fantastic (and free). Acapela Box is useful, as it reads back your words to you.

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