Grammarly: The Gift of Clear, Mistake-Free Writing


By Ken Knickerbocker

Christmas is here! All your gifts are wrapped and under the tree. Your family’s fully stuffed stockings are hung by the fireplace. At last, all your holiday decorating, shopping and wrapping is complete!

Then you remember, that last gift you forgot to pick up before heading home to enjoy Christmas Eve with family and friends.

Don’t panic! Send that special person the gift of Grammarly right to their Inbox. Grammarly is the perfect gift for anyone creative who writes.

Grammarly helps students improve their writing in essays, reports, theses, dissertations, and college entrance applications.

Professionals use Grammarly to provide expert help and instant feedback on the accuracy, impact, and credibility of their grammar.

Grammarly can be an equally powerful tool for job seekers, foreign students and English language learners, and non-native English-speaking professionals.

Once installed, Grammarly picks up spelling errors, missed puncturations and bad grammar in emails (Windows only!), Facebook posts, Twitter tweets, and LinkedIn profiles.

(Don’t tell anyone, but Grammarly is correcting my spelling and grammar as I type this post!)

How does Grammarly work? Grammarly’s free version automatically detects grammar, spelling, punctuation, word choice, and style mistakes in your writing as you type. Copy and paste any English text into Grammarly’s Editor, or install Grammarly’s free browser extension for Chrome, Safari, Firefox, and Edge. Grammarly will help you write correctly on nearly every site on the web.

Grammarly’s paid Premium upgrade ($11.66 monthly on the annual plan. Monthly and quarterly options are available) offers users over 400 types of checks and features. It checks for grammatical errors, provides vocabulary enhancement suggestions, detects plagiarism, and provides citation suggestions.

Grammarly Premium is a perfect gift for those who always aim to reach the next level, whether they’re at work, at school, or simply posting to their social media feed.

Bonus: Click here to take Grammarly’s Naughty or Nice holiday grammar quiz!


Top photo credit: makemelocal Typing on a laptop with notebook and pen via photopin (license)