Best Websites and Resources for Writing
Here are some of the websites for English and writing well that I use. You may find them useful too whether you are a serious writer or just starting off.
- The right answer. Right on top. Experts like us can vote on posts, so the most helpful answers are easy to find.
- When you are looking for just the right word.
Thinkmap Visual Thesaurus – An online thesaurus and dictionary of over 145,000 words that you explore using an interactive map.
An online thesaurus and dictionary of over 145,000 words that you explore using an interactive map. It’s a tool for people who think visually. The most fun you’ve ever had with words. The Visual Thesaurus was built using Thinkmap, a data visualization technology.
- Grammar hygiene
Write your best with Grammarly.
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- When you want to go deeper into a sentence
Choose a text and Linguakit will analyze it, giving to each word one tag with its morphological characteristics. The system is based on Freeling analyzer and it recognizes entities and extracts multiwords.
- A simpler version of sentence analyser
Parts-of-speech.Info – POS tagging online
automatic Part-of-speech tagging of texts (highlight word classes)
- The blog of Ravi Iyer, Storytelling Coach and Adviser to senior leaders. Lots of valuable lessons here that will help you in your work and leadership.
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