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
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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