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(also so I don’t get the comment of learning how to put your own grammar right. Dyslexia is a bitch, I know how to put incorrect grammar and often know the correct spellings of words but when I look at what I have written it looks right but isn’t)
I started putting my writing through Grammarly (free version) but even though it does put some of my grammar rights it leaves most wrong. I was wondering if there is a really good grammar checker online that you don’t have to pay for.
There could be MANY reasons. It may be due to a less impressive introduction to your post or may be due to a weak hook strategy. Whatever the case, it matters a lot.
In fact, according to Copyblogger, 8 out of 10 read your title, and only 2 out of 10 read your copy.
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15) Semicolons – Comma Splice
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My students have major problems with comma splice run-one sentences. I have tried to teach them the grammar behind sentence structure, but many of them simply cannot grasp it at their age (young teens). They all have access to Chromebooks for writing. They can use Grammarly, but pointing out comma splice run-ons is an “Advanced Feature” for which they must pay on Grammarly. Our district will not pony up for this.
Anyone know of a free online grammar checker, like Grammarly, but which will help with pointing out run-on sentences? Also, would be nice if it could help them find its/it’s and there/their/they’re errors. Google spell check is kind of useless, I’ve noticed. Some of these kids do need the tech help to make these corrections, and I’m tired to death of pointing them out. It’s a waste of my time if they can learn to use a tool that can do it for them/with them.