LanguageTool is an Open Source language checker for English and German language.


This is a rule-based language checker that will find errors for which a rule is defined in its XML configuration files. Rules for more complicated errors can be written in Java.

You can think of LanguageTool as a tool to detect errors that a simple spell checker cannot detect, e.g. mixing up there/their, no/now etc. It can also detect a limited amount of grammar mistakes. It does not include spell checking.

Size: 27.55 MB
System: Linux
Language: English
License: LGPL v3
Author: Daniel Naber
Website: Homepage
Price: Free

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  1. Mahyar February 9, 2012 at 9:40 am - Reply

    Hello at first i want to thank you for your good tips and comments i am an English language learner but i have a little problem with grammar i forget the rules easily and i have problem with the places that different words and phrases are used too i will be pleased if you help me thank you…

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