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For non-English speakers, are there other useful tools besides grammerly software in English writing? Mainly check whether the sentence is authentic.

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    I test them with this: thoughtco.com/spell-checker-poem-by-mark-eckman-1692348 and not found one that finds all the errors... But I have the advantage of mother tongue... However, you might get better info by asking on the English Learners Stack. And is it "Grammarly"?
    – Solar Mike
    Mar 2, 2020 at 9:29
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    Should it be "grammarly" or "grammerly"?
    – Nobody
    Mar 2, 2020 at 10:07

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Your best bet is to get someone to look over it for you. While leaps and bounds have been made in CS related to looking over papers (or just sentences), not one catches everything.

Your university may have a "homework help" department that students(usually undergrads) can use to get their material looked over (mine had services to help with writing and mathematics specifically). While I think it would be a little out of the ordinary I think it would be worth a shot to see if they would check over your paper for comprehension.

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