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These are the errors that LanguageTool can detect. Visit the LanguageTool homepage to use it online or download it for free.

Description Example Category
accentuate The harsh light accentuated the ruggedness of the landscape. Plain English
accelerate The car accelerated from traffic lights Plain English
accede to (give in) He acceded to our demands. Plain English
abundance There is an abundance of flowers in the meadow. Plain English
above mentioned The above mentioned changes weren't implemented. Compounding
about who (whom) to What do you think about who to promote? Possible Typo
about its NN (possessive) The frog told a story about it's happy childhood in the river. Possible Typo
about face (about-face) The soldier did an about face and marched off. Compounding
abbreviations with spaces in between (e. g.) There are several grammar checkers for English, e. g. LanguageTool. Punctuation
abbreviations with spaces in between (e. g.) Who's responsible for providing public facilities, i. e., a post office, library, etc. for the Northwest? Punctuation
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