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I am thinking about doing some writing and as such, would like whatever I write about to be presented in a well structured way.  Proper composition and grammar, along with spelling accuracy is essential. 

 

Along with doing proof reading, what additional benefits, if any, can I expect to get when I use Grammarly?  For instance, will it scan a sentence and restructure the sentence if it is flawed?   

 

Supposing I decide to write a chapter about something; will Grammarly help with prioritizing though structure or pick up on and correct word or sentence redundancies? 

 

In fact, can Grammarly possibly do an entire rewrite of a manuscript? 

 

I think I know the answers to almost all of these questions, but for what it's worth, can you clarify specifically what is possible and what isn't when employing Grammarly software?  I can use all the help I can get.

asked Oct 02 '11 at 01:58 Gary Ritchie New member

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link comment edited Oct 03 '11 at 12:54 NOV CHAMNAN New member
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"Along with doing proof reading, what additional benefits, if any, can I expect to get when I use Grammarly?  For instance, will it scan a sentence and restructure the sentence if it is flawed?"

 

Grammarly does not rewrite a text for you.  The Grammarly Editor will isolate sentences with potential grammar issues, but it is up to the writer to review the suggestion and edit the sentence. 

Supposing I decide to write a chapter about something; will Grammarly help with prioritizing though structure or pick up on and correct word or sentence redundancies?

 

Grammarly does not make organizational suggestions, but it will help you with style questions, like redundancies and word-choice.

In fact, can Grammarly possibly do an entire rewrite of a manuscript?

 

At present, we do not offer this service.


I think I know the answers to almost all of these questions, but for what it's worth, can you clarify specifically what is possible and what isn't when employing Grammarly software?

 From the Grammarly support department:

 

Unfortunately, Grammarly does not provide proofreading by a human or writing services. Grammarly performs three main functions:

1. Text proofreading (grammar, punctuation, and sentence structure): all potential errors are highlighted for you to review. The user has full control over the correction process; you can choose a correction option from the list provided.

2. Full plagiarism assessment: your text is compared to the complete Internet web index. This way you can be sure that your work is original.

3. Text enhancement feature: suggestions for improved vocabulary use (including synonyms) will be made  

link comment answered Oct 05 '11 at 15:25 Kimberly Expert

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