TL;DR: Improve your writing on the sentence level with a lifetime subscription to the Ludwig Sentence Search Engine, on sale for $119.
Years of Twitter grammar and ridiculous memes have made us all a little dumber TBH. And by that, we mean that our language skills have suffered. Fortunately, there are tools like Ludwig Sentence Search Engine to make sure our tweet lingo doesn’t cross over into our actual writing.
Used at MIT and Harvard, this premium tool is a search engine dedicated to helping you write better English. When you’re not quite sure of your sentence structure, you can find and compare your writing with over 200 million relevant example sentences in order to save you time and enhance clarity. The source sentences come from scientific journals, established newspapers, and other official documents. Even if your prose is structurally sound, but just needs a little razzle-dazzle, the Ludwig treatment could be the answer.
Besides sentence structure, Ludwig also provides definitions, synonyms, and real-world examples to help you not just improve your vocabulary, but write more intentionally. Plus, it’s a great way for non-native English speakers to ensure nothing gets lost in translation.
EdLab, a research unit at Columbia University, calls it a “unique new search tool,” that can help you when you’re having a “tip-of-the-tongue moment where you can’t quite seem to put together a phrase.” In other words, it has your back when you have a brain fart in the middle of writing an email, paper, article, or any other document.
Usually, a premium lifetime subscription costs $299, but you can sign up for Ludwig Sentence Search Engine now for just $119 and start writing like a genius ASAP.