100 Grammar-related ChatGPT Prompts to Improve Your Writing

Mastering proper grammar is an ongoing journey. These 100 targeted prompts cover common grammar issues in your writing. Having an AI assistant such as ChatGPT review your work using these focused prompts can strengthen your command of parts of speech, sentence structure, punctuation rules, and more.

Note: Replace sentences with paragraphs as needed.

  1. Identify the subject and predicate in this sentence.
  2. What part of speech is this word?
  3. Is this a complete sentence or a fragment?
  4. Which punctuation mark is missing from this sentence?
  5. Fix the capitalization error in this sentence.
  6. Add the correct verb tense to this sentence.
  7. Change this sentence from active to passive voice.
  8. Fix the agreement error between the subject and verb.
  9. Change this pronoun to the correct case.
  10. Expand this sentence by adding more detail.
  11. Combine these two sentences using a conjunction.
  12. Split this compound sentence into two simple sentences.
  13. Replace this underlined word with a clearer synonym.
  14. Fix the misspelled word in this sentence.
  15. Rewrite this sentence in the negative.
  16. Add punctuation marks to properly separate elements in this sentence.
  17. Fix the run-on error in this sentence by adding punctuation.
  18. Rewrite this question as a statement.
  19. Fix the comma splice error by rewriting with conjunctions.
  20. Identify if this clause is acting as a subject or object.
  21. Fix the incorrect use of affect/effect in this sentence.
  22. Change the verb to the progressive form.
  23. Correct the subject/verb agreement error.
  24. Add the correct article where needed.
  25. Fix the pronoun reference error in this sentence.
  26. Change from simple past to past perfect tense.
  27. Fix the ambiguous pronoun reference.
  28. Add commas around non-essential clauses.
  29. Remove unnecessary modifiers to tighten the sentence.
  30. Change the adjective form to the adverb form where needed.
  31. Fix the inappropriate shift in pronoun person.
  32. Change to the proper comparative or superlative form.
  33. Fix the dangling modifier error.
  34. Change the verb to the perfect aspect.
  35. Add conjunctions between items in a series.
  36. Fix the inappropriate pronoun case.
  37. Change from present to past tense.
  38. Fix the subject/verb agreement with compound subjects.
  39. Change the noun to the proper possessive form.
  40. Fix the tense shift error in the sentence.
  41. Change misleading or unclear pronoun references.
  42. Add a subordinating conjunction to introduce a dependent clause.
  43. Use parallel structure between similar parts of the sentence.
  44. Fix the misplaced or dangling modifier.
  45. Add a conjunction or semicolon between independent clauses.
  46. Change singular nouns to plural or vice versa as needed.
  47. Add the correct helping verb to form the contraction.
  48. Fix the unclear or ambiguous pronoun reference.
  49. Add the correct possessive apostrophe.
  50. Eliminate the comma splice by rewriting with semicolons.
  51. Identify if this is a dependent or independent clause.
  52. Eliminate the sentence fragment by adding a subject or predicate.
  53. Fix the inappropriate change between formal and informal style.
  54. Distinguish between who and whom in this relative clause.
  55. Clarify the ambiguous or vague pronoun reference.
  56. Add cohesive transition words to improve the flow between sentences.
  57. Fix the inappropriate shift between preterite and present perfect tense.
  58. Identify whether this is a simple, compound, or compound-complex sentence.
  59. Add commas between coordinate adjectives.
  60. Eliminate the unnecessary comma before a conjunction.
  61. Fix the pronoun agreement error with antecedents.
  62. Fix the error in subject/verb agreement with collective nouns.
  63. Fix the inappropriate use of shall or will.
  64. Fix the incorrectly used or missing preposition.
  65. Eliminate ambiguous pronouns and replace them with nouns for clarity.
  66. Add commas around nonrestrictive elements.
  67. Add parallel structure in a series of items.
  68. Remove the comma splice and replace it with a semicolon or period.
  69. Change to a more specific or vivid descriptive word.
  70. Eliminate unnecessary redundancies that clutter the sentence.
  71. Add the correct relative pronoun in the relative clause.
  72. Fix the incorrect verb tense sequence.
  73. Add quotation marks and punctuation for dialogue.
  74. Eliminate the clause fragment by adding a subject or verb.
  75. Eliminate the unnecessary introductory phrase set off by commas.
  76. Fix the misused homonyms to correct word choice mistakes.
  77. Attach pronouns correctly to antecedents in compound subjects.
  78. Use consistent verb tense and point of view throughout the paragraph.
  79. Fix the misplaced modifier error.
  80. Add discourse markers to logically connect ideas between sentences.
  81. Fix the incorrect or inconsistent use of prefixes and suffixes.
  82. Change to the proper adjective or adverb form of an adjective.
  83. Add punctuation marks around nonessential elements set apart by commas.
  84. Eliminate the comma splice and replace it with a semicolon or period.
  85. Change singular/plural nouns and verbs for subject/verb agreement.
  86. Use parallel grammatical forms in a series.
  87. Fix the misused it’s/its or there/they’re/their contractions.
  88. Eliminate the ambiguous antecedent of a pronoun.
  89. Eliminate the sentence fragment by adding a subject or verb.
  90. Rearrange clauses, phrases, or words for clarity and emphasis.
  91. Add possessives and remove unnecessary phrases for conciseness.
  92. Fix the misplaced modifier error.
  93. Add commas in a complex sentence with multiple clauses.
  94. Eliminate slang or informal language and replace it with standard English.
  95. Fix errors with inconsistent verb tense and point of view.
  96. Remove the comma splice and replace it with a semicolon or period.
  97. Eliminate wordiness and redundancy to tighten the sentence.
  98. Rearrange information for logical emphasis or flow in the paragraph.
  99. Change the sentence structure for more concise clarity.
  100. Rearrange clauses and sentence elements for emphasis and impact.

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Written by MighilMighil is an indie musician and tinkerer with diverse work experience in technology and writing. He has had the privilege of serving in various capacities, encompassing generalist and specialist roles. He is currently based in Chengdu.


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