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Atomaticly add in comas and perods were they should be

paper rater does a ggod job but it doesn't tell you were to add in your comas and periods It would be great if they did this atomaticly

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      • lotoslotos commented  · 

        It's amazing! I like it!

      • Mitchell HerbertMitchell Herbert commented  · 

        I would prefer it notify you that a comma or period should be placed there rather than doing it automatically, this would prevent the problems of false-positives (where the program misreads or misunderstands something and therefore marks it inappropriately) which would actually hurt the paper. Because if it simply marked it for you, you could check to make sure that a comma or period would really make sense there.

      • Anonymous commented  · 

        That is a very good idea!

      • Anonymous commented  · 

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      • QuentinQuentin commented  · 

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      • Robbin CassinoRobbin Cassino commented  · 

        It most definitely would be wonderful thing If it would atomaticly add in comas and perods were they should be. That is my weakest area.

      • treenaforever8treenaforever8 commented  · 

        I believe you should have put the questions through a grammar checker. You spelled automatically and periods wrong.

      • XDLOLXDLOL commented  · 

        I agree with the post below

      • AnonymousAnonymous commented  · 

        Adding Comas and Periods would be a AWESOME idea to do automatically, as well as an AuTo CaP, CoRrEcToR.

      • AnonymousAnonymous commented  · 

        Maybe it would be best if it didn't automatically put them in, but instead, it could tell you. I think that would be really great.

      • @JamesSchoonover@JamesSchoonover commented  · 

        I would love to see the capabilities of this service expand to become a one stop solution for the mobile writer who wants a quick check of his or her work.

      • Catrin LCatrin L commented  · 

        WOW, i don't like this idea because then the writer wont learn from it. I think that this would be good only if they told you where you needed it and WHY. And YOU need to know why.

      • AnonymousAnonymous commented  · 

        yes that would help, lolz looks like you really need this site take a look at your spelling bro/sista

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