Grammarly Does not Always Notice When a Letter is in the Wrong Case
Often — alarmingly often, in fact — Grammarly does not know when an uppercase letter has been used where a lowercase one should have been used or vice-versa. This is one of the more crucial flaws with Grammary, as letters in the wrong case easily strike readers as incorrect and can make a writer look bad.
I typed the following “sentence” (if you can call it that) into Grammarly, and Grammarly did not identify any errors whatsoever:
it was Eleven o’Clock.
This is quite a big Grammarly flaw, indeed, as only one word — was — was analyzed correctly in this terribly-written sentence.
This is also one of the rare cases in which Microsoft Word’s built-in spell checker performs better than Grammarly. (Word at least identified the capital “C’ in o’Clock as a mistake.)
The sentence should have been written as follows:
It was eleven o’clock.
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