Even if a sentence is grammatically correct, it may still sound a little off when read by native English speakers. Relying on automated grammar checkers won’t help you avoid this — unless it has a “read aloud” feature. Reading your draft aloud is one of the most important lessons I learned in my 10 years of blogging. It helps me ensure that the words smoothly flow out of the reader’s mouth and mind. If reading English words isn’t your strongest suit, you can count on text-to-speech tools like NaturalReader. This will also enable you to spot grammar and spelling errors without gluing your eyes to your computer’s screen.