The answer to this question is ‘Yes’. Grammar Check will not only check the grammar of a sentence, it will also check the spelling. The reason for this is that words may be spelt correctly but are incorrect in the context of the sentence. For example words like ‘from’ and ‘form’, ‘there’ and ‘their’, ‘here’ and ‘hear’, ‘where’ and ‘were’ in a document would not show up as a spelling error in a word processor. But Grammar Check Free will suggest the correct word to be used in a sentence where it finds that a word has been misspelled. Words which have been spelt wrong are the most common cause of grammar mistakes. Once the spelling is corrected the mistake is removed. In certain cases changing the spelling or replacing a word with another word can change the entire context of the sentence. This is where the user must do a visual check. Whereas Grammar Check checks the grammatical errors in sentences it does not perform a context check. This has to be done by the user.