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re: How to Improve Writing Skills as a Non-Native Speaker VIEW POST

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Non-native english writer here as well
I can very well relate with your struggles.

Grammarly is super well-known because they have ads everywhere on the internet.

But I don't find Grammarly actually good.

It has too many false positives and bad suggestion.
According to them for example, the Universal Declaration of Human Rights is full of errors.

The funny part is that Grammarly is much worse if you pay the pro plan.

It then adds more suggestions that are also wrong.

Is there a no-nonsense alternative to Grammarly?

Ideally that would work at the macOS/Linux level

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