English is a difficult language with many spelling irregularities and grammar rules.
Many people make spelling and grammar errors that regular spell checkers cannot correct.
Ghotit is the only spelling and grammar checker that corrects really bad spelling and problematic grammar.
Ghotit is optimized for people with dyslexia, dysgraphia and people who use English as their second language (ESL).
|Missed Words: The forms of “to be” and “to have”||The cat very nice.||The cat’s very nice.||Corrected|
|Missed words: Articles a/an/the||He was painter. What is name of the next town?||He was a painter. What is the name of the next town?||Not corrected|
|Missed words: Prepositions||According the contract, they must inform us a month in advance.||According to the contract, they must inform us a month in advance.||Not corrected|
|Agreement: Verb to Infinitive||He is not going give up smoking. She wants travel.||He is not going to give up smoking. She wants to travel.||Not corrected|
|Agreement: Continuous to Infinitive||I want opening the window.||I want to open the window.||Not corrected|
|Agreement: Verb to Continuous||He is not plays football.||He is not playing football.||Not corrected|
|Agreement: Plurality of Subject – Verb||The first thing I notice about people are the dress.||The first thing I notice about people is the dress.||Not corrected|
|Tense Correction According to Context||I meet Robert tomorrow.||I will meet Robert tomorrow.||Not corrected|
|Sequence of Tenses in English Sentence||We didn’t know they are having talks.||We didn’t know they were having talks.||Not corrected|
|Verb Forms: Past to Participle-II||Have you saw the new students?||Have you seen the new students?||Not corrected|
|Verb Forms: Past to Infinitive||We need to found a common layer.||We need to find a common layer.||Not corrected|
|Verb Forms: Correction of Present Forms||Who love Ann?||Who loves Ann?||Not corrected|
|Coordinated Verbs: Inconsistency||It analyzes and tried to fix.||It analyzes and tries to fix.||Not corrected|
|Possessive: Adding||My uncle house is near.||My uncle’s house is near.||Not corrected|
|Possessive: Misused Instead of Plural||The cat’s are in the garden.||The cats are in the garden.||Corrected|
|Possessive: Fixing||The boys’s bedrooms will be enlarged.||The boys’ bedrooms will be enlarged.||Corrected|
|Possessive: Removing Unnecessary||The chair’s is broken.||The chair is broken.||Not corrected|
|Noun Plurality Agreement: Plural to Singular||Teaching is a difficult processes.||Teaching is a difficult process.||Corrected|
|Noun Plurality Agreement: Singular to Plural||All of the pupil would like it.||All of the pupils would like it.||Not corrected|
|Comparative Adjective||This flower is looking more nice than before.||This flower is looking nicer than before.||Corrected|
|Confused usage of “to be” and “to do” forms||Where do you going?||Where are you going?||Not corrected|
|Pronouns correction||I do have any food.||I do have some food.||Not corrected|