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NEW! Run a Grammar and Plagiarism Check With Citation Machine Plus!


You’ve done your research, polished up your thesis, and written those 5, or 10, or 20 sweet, 1.5-spaced pages. You’re ready to hand in your paper…or are you?

No one likes losing points because of small grammar errors. Or worse, getting called out for (gulp) uncited text.

That’s why we’re so excited to introduce our shiny new Citation Machine Plus grammar and plagiarism checker. All you have to do is paste in your paper (or upload it from Microsoft Word or Google Drive) and, boom, grammar suggestions. Simply go through the cards and make the suggested changes, or reject them if you’re happy with what you have. Our tool picks up run-on sentences, misplaced commas, passive voice, mismatched verb tenses and all those other grammar nits professors always seem to find before you can. It’s like a 24-7 proofreader, without the stressful little red marks.

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Not only that, the tool also checks for unintentional plagiarism. Afraid you might have dropped in some text without a citation? We’ve all been there. The tool searches the internet to find similar passages, and alerts you that you may have forgotten a citation. Then it lets you add the citation directly into your paper (in APA or MLA format)! Genius.

So if you love using Citation Machine to format your citations and make your bibliography, give the new Grammar and Plagiarism Tool a whirl. Your first 20 grammar suggestions are free! After that, you can choose to subscribe for unlimited grammar suggestions and plagiarism checks. Whether it’s days or hours before your paper is due, we think our smart proofreader can help you hand it in with confidence.

Try it now! Simply click “Plagiarism and Grammar Checker” from the navigation at the top of this page.

Need to brush up on your citations? Check out our guides and learn how to write an annotated bibliography, the difference between a footnote and a parenthetical citation, and more!

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