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Fix some grammar errors in the README.md file. #8

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Jamison Dance Sergey Nartimov
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There were a few English errors.

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1 1 # ProxyLocal
2 2
3   -ProxyLocal could proxy your local web-server and make it publicly
  3 +ProxyLocal proxies your local web-server and makes it publicly
4 4 available over the internet.
5 5
6   -This software is splited into client and server parts. Server part is
  6 +This software is split into client and server parts. The server part is
7 7 running on [proxylocal.com] server and usage of its resources is free.
8   -Client is written in ruby and distributed as gem, its source code is
  8 +The client is written in ruby and distributed as gem. Its source code is
9 9 open and available on [github].
10 10
11 11 ## Installation
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19 19
20 20 ## Usage
21 21
22   -Assume you are running your local web-server on port 3000. To make it
  22 +I assume that you are running your local web-server on port 3000. To make it
23 23 publicly available run:
24 24
25 25 $ proxylocal 3000
@@ -29,7 +29,7 @@ publicly available run:
29 29 Now you can open this link in your favorite browser and request will
30 30 be proxied to your local web-server.
31 31
32   -Also you can specify preferred host you want to use, e.g.:
  32 +Also you can specify the preferred host you want to use, e.g.:
33 33
34 34 $ proxylocal 3000 --host testhost
35 35 Local server on port 3000 is now publicly available via:

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