GrammarBase Free Grammar Check: Have Your Articles Checked For Grammar, Spelling & Plagiarism

MOin 25-11-2012

Writers try their best to not make any mistakes while they are writing something. They try to stay clear of spelling mistakes, grammatical errors, and most importantly, plagiarism. Such errors can still unintentionally creep into your writing pieces and it is best to double check for them before you submit your articles. Here to help you make that check is an online service called Free Grammar Check by GrammarBase.


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Free Grammar Check is a free to use web tool that helps you check for various errors in your writing. These errors include grammatical errors, spelling errors, and plagiarized material. All you have to do to perform these checks is to paste in your writing in the allotted space and initiate the checking. The article is quickly analyzed and errors are displayed as stats; they are also underlined in your articles.

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If you wish to get help in removing these errors you can proceed to pay for one of GrammarBase’s online proofreading services.

The free article checking currently seems to not be checking for plagiarized sections, as claimed by the site. However, others errors are pointed out accurately.



  • A user-friendly web service.
  • Checks your writing for grammatical errors.
  • Check for spelling errors.
  • Shows errors as stats and as underlined on your article.
  • Similar tools: AfterTheDeadline.

Check out GrammarBase Free Grammar Check @

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  2. kanhaiya
    November 26, 2012 at 6:31 pm

    really very curious to use this software....provide me that.

  3. techandlife
    November 26, 2012 at 8:17 am

    I know their reporting form above is a standardized layout, but you'd think for an online grammar check, they'd have put a little more thought into trying to remove them:

    10 critical mistakes was found in you writing
    1 issues

  4. rlunday
    November 26, 2012 at 12:12 am

    Are you really recommending this? "10 critical mistakes was found in you writing"! I count two critical mistakes in that sentence -- not to mention beginning a sentence with a numeral.