Word Limit


Hello ....Does Grammarly have a word limit? I  have recently completed a novel for publishing on Amazon. As i'm not a professional writer i decided to save money by proof reading throug grammarly. Though this corrected most of the mistakes I would now like a human proof reader to give it one final check. I was attracted by Grammarly only charging for mistakes rather than the whole document. I just wonder is it possible to get a quote on a 120,000 word document...I attempted to download it  but it was just returned as "document too long"   Thanks   

Perhaps if you look at the instructions, you will find an answer. The page where you typed this question specifically notes that questions about the grammar checker need to go to Support. There are no employees here. That said, if this paragraph is an indication of how you write, then paying per mistake is going to be a very costly prospect for you.

Patty TApr 15 '13 at 17:50

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I won't repeat Patty's comment. But I will offer my own experience with the service.  I have yet to encounter a word limit with Grammarly -- I typically check whole chapters -- each between 3,500 and 5,000 words.


I have noticed the service slows down with longer passages. For best results, I have begun to check partial chapters -- about 1,000 words each.  The response time from the Grammarly server is faster, and the smaller size is easier to edit in a single sitting.


I do not know how Grammarly human proof reading service works.


I hope this helps.

link comment answered Apr 15 '13 at 19:36 Jeff Pribyl Grammarly Fellow

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