Friday, March 03, 2017
Grammarly is the superhero for all of us that failed spelling tests, hated correcting grammar on the chalkboard at school and shouted hallelujah when spell check came around. Yes, Grammarly had to spell hallelujah for me.
According to Grammarly.com “As you type, Grammarly checks your text against more than 250 advanced grammar rules. The checks include common grammatical errors, such as subject-verb agreement, article use, and modifier placement, in addition to contextual spelling mistakes, phonetic spelling mistakes, and irregular verb conjugations. Plus, Grammarly’s spell check takes the context of your sentence into account.” This is a game changer for someone like me.
Grammarly would be beneficial to everyone, no one wants to hand in that resume with possible errors or that big paper due at school. Can you imagine not getting the interview or receiving a low mark all due to poor spelling and grammar?
Grammarly offers a free browser extension for Google Chrome 37+, Safari 8+, Firefox 38+ and the Editor is supported on Google Chrome 37+, Safari 8+, Firefox 38+, Internet Explorer 11+
Grammarly comes in Free and Premium accounts, Premium account is available through three different subscription plans:
Monthly – $29.95 USD
Quarterly – $59.95 USD
Annual – $139.95 USD
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Grammarly is a great tool for personal and business use, it helps remove all those small typos and common grammar mistakes that you don’t even notice. It does all the work for, and don’t you do enough work as it is?
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