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seagull

Hello Chinese learners! I'm a Chinese native and recently developed an online AI grammar checker for multiple languages including Chinese. Think of it as Grammarly for Chinese! I would love your feedback. Try at https://www.karenina.io/?lang=zh 

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mungouk

Well, there you go... that's the 以前/原来 argument resolved. 😀

 

Input: 

 

    我以前打算今晚去看你,没想到你来了。

 

Output:

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I don't see any About section on the website, would you care to fill us in on the status of this project? 

 

Is it a paid service in Beta, are we still training it by using it, how has it been trained, what does a user do if they don't agree with the output, etc...?

 

 

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seagull

Hello apologies for the late reply!

Have been busy revising code.

 

To your questions:

 

It's free but with an input length restriction which you can remove by subscribing

Also just added a Chrome extension 

We pretrained it on large Chinese corpus - your data isn't used to train it

Chinese is very subtle... 

Some suggestions are clear cut, others may be a matter of personal style 

It basically tries to make Chinese similar to the style it was trained on which tends to be colloquial and concise 

If you don't agree with a suggestion just click on it to revert

 

It's very useful for basic and intermediate learners 

If you're already advanced then you may find it more as rewording your sentences 

 

Hope this helps :)

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thelearninglearner

pretty cool. going to try to add this to my learning tools

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