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Anyone know an expert in English grammar?

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On 7/11/2019 at 8:48 PM, faraday said:

Yea, an' its' grammer - right?

  

 

Op, Grammarly, the paid version is absolutely fantastic, you can integrate it to your MS Office Word, your Google browser and it's the best tool to see what someone does wrong without knowing it.

 

   You can buy a Premium version off ebay for only a few baht and do your own changes. It's perfect to proofread a larger text and you'll be surprised how many mistakes you make. 

 

 

  

 

       

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Deleting some sentences that aren't needed
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Probably don't need an "expert" on grammar, you need someone who can translate meaning and understands law.

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Not very interesting as a topic for discussion. Question asked, question answered in the affirmative and that seems to be it. I am sure that we were all hoping for a puzzle to solve, even perhaps the contract referred to! 

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On ‎7‎/‎30‎/‎2019 at 5:25 PM, Isaanbiker said:

  

 

Op, Grammarly, the paid version is absolutely fantastic, you can integrate it to your MS Office Word, your Google browser and it's the best tool to see what someone does wrong without knowing it.

 

   You can buy a Premium version off ebay for only a few baht and do your own changes. It's perfect to proofread a larger text and you'll be surprised how many mistakes you make. 

 

 

  

 

       

It translates legal Thai into perfect English grammar? I think that's what the OP is looking for.

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Off-topic, bickering posts and replies removed. 

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6 hours ago, wilcopops said:

This is why I suggest the OP needs a good translator rather than a grammar expert.

I end up translating for friends sometimes and I find I have to listen to entire sentences and then figure out what a Thai would say to express the same sentiment... it often does not go word for word... 

 

Thanks for your answer. I was just glad that my niece did not ask for an explanation. 

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Off-topic posts removed along with replies.   Please stay on topic.  

 

Feel free to open a separate topic on grammar issues if you want.

 

 

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