How to submit? – Letting Writers Pick The Right Phrases

Phras.inSpellcheckers rarely detect grammar violations. People who speak English as a second language are always faced with coming up with phrases that might be understood by others but that are just not grammatically right.

On the other hand, people who are native speakers of English often think of more than one good phrase when they are doing a piece of writing. When that happens, sometimes it is outright impossible to decide which one is “better” than the other, and the writer ends up choosing one of the two almost arbitrarily. is a tool that can be used both by native and non-native speakers of English in all the cases that were mentioned above. It is an online tool that can have two sentences compared and let you know which one is better by taking into account the number of Google hits that each one has got. This also gives the whole application a slight SEO appeal, but the programmer himself says that shouldn’t be really regarded as that. It is a tool for letting you write better. Period. In Their Own Words

“Proofread text of phrases using search results.”

Why It Might Be A Killer

It is faster than looking up the phrases individually and comparing the results on your own.

Some Questions About

In which ways can this service be enhanced now?

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