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  1. Nataly Anders says:

    Hello Ankit,

    Thanks for sharing this wonderful list of Punctuation corrector tools.

    I am a freelance writer and I have to check my articles for any grammar and punctuation errors before submitting them to my clients. The most common punctuation errors people do is misplaced comma and missing end-marks.

    I just tried Grammarly and I am surprised to see it as a best Comma checker tool. Trust me or not, it found 12 comma splice errors in my 2000+ word article. Isn’t it amazing. I must say it is the best comma usage checker tool you have mentioned in your list. Thanks a lot, Ankit.

    I am glad to share my experience using Grammarly here that it actually helped me to learn punctuation rules. I also got a punctuation worksheet from one of my friend and now I can write my articles without any grammar and punctuation mistake.

    Still, scanning the content before submitting them to clients is a good idea. Right, Ankit?

    Thanks for making this list.

    Regards,
    Nataly Anders

    1. Ankit Singla says:

      Hi Nataly,

      Thanks for sharing your experience with Grammarly here.

      As I am using it personally, I was so confident to mention it at the top of my list. I am glad you loved using it.

      I agree with your point. It doesn’t matter how good you are in content writing, you must always scan your articles for any Grammar or punctuation mistake. Proofreading will enhance the quality of your content. As you are a freelance writer, you can charge a decent amount to your clients for your flawless content.

      Good luck and don’t forget to share this list with your friends 🙂

      Regards,
      Ankit

  2. Hi Ankit,

    The list of punctuation checker tools is wonderful.
    My problem concerns punctuation for language/grammar variance. For example:

    “Oh, like when ya ask me if I made my bed, an’ ya wan’ me to tell ya if I fixed th’ sheets ‘AFORE I fixed th’ blankets?”

    Do you have resources for such a thing? The above example is a 4yr-old child speaking.
    I also have the following example for a gentleman from the State of Alabama

    “Well, if ya c’n stand on yer own I’ll walk ya’ back to your quarters. I can’t carry ya but maybe ‘tween us we c’n get ya’ back where ya’ b’long. Sound good?”

    These examples are two of the less troubling ones for me to punctuate. Any suggestions?

    Thank you,
    Glenda

  3. Anuradha Chawla says:

    Hey

    Cool post! I like Grammarly! I mostly use the Grammarly addons for chrome to detect and fix grammar error but above-shared other tools are also great.
    But apart from grammar and punctuation checking, it is also worth checking for plagiarism. I use this tool, and i think it is perfect for bloggers.

  4. Abhishek Nale says:

    Hii Ankit,

    Thanks for sharing this fantastic tools with us.
    I am using Grammarly from last few months and What I can say is : It’s quite better than any other tools.

    Thanks,
    Abhishek Nale

  5. hi Ankit
    I just have one question, are there any websites or apps that you do not have to download or pay for?

    I have downloaded Grammarly but I have to pay for better checkings.
    the reason I am mostly looking for a website is for comma checkings and punctuation.

    sincerely, Rama