Grammarly Review: This Grammar checker is everything!



On the off chance that you do any sort of composing professionally or otherwise, this is for you. A week ago, I picked up something fascinating, and I will encourage you to hop on this train.

I have been utilizing Grammarly for a long time now. I use it on my chrome extension, and I inserted it in my Microsoft office. I was on a free plan, and it was working great for me.



In case you are wondering, what is Grammarly? Listen, Grammarly is a tool that Corrects all grammar errors and enhances your write-ups. Spell check only handles spelling errors while Grammarly handles grammar correction, punctuation errors, plagiarism check, etc. The best part is that it can be embedded in your chrome extension, and it helps in correction across the web. It can also be plugged into Microsoft office.


 

A week ago, I got the premium bundle as a gift. Following quite a while of utilizing the premium plan of Grammarly, I whole heartily recommend this application to any type of essayist.

With the free bundle, you gain admittance to fundamental composing redresses, for example, syntax, spelling, and punctuation. However, the premium pack helps in irregularity in spelling, punctuation, and accentuation; furthermore, it checks for clarity. I love that it dives deep on the structure of your composition. It helps when you are abusing a specific word by providing you with synonymous terms.

Grab yourself  Grammarly to do the altering of your work, and I am sure you will be satisfied. Regardless of if you want the free or premium pack, Grammarly will serve you right.


 



For those who are already using the free plan, buying the premium pack is the best investment ever.

The year plan goes for around $140 every month. If you can't bear the cost, you can team up with your companions, split the bill and pay together. Along these lines, you will pay lesser and gain unlimited resources.

This post is not in any way sponsored by Grammarly. However,   I am disclosing that I’ve included links to Grammarly on this site. I will earn an affiliate commission for any purchases you make.




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20 comments

  1. I don't really have a use for Grammarly right now, but when I'm ready to write I definitely will. Thanks so much for the tip!

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  2. One of my clients before kept forcing me to use Grammarly. I'm sure it's a great tool but thankfully I've never really needed to use one.

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    2. Most people feel like they don't need it until they use it.

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  3. I use Grammarly and love it! What a fabulous tool.

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  4. Wow, that's a little high for the price. It's good to split if you can share it with others, for sure.

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  5. Sounds like a great tool. i know my bothers girlfriend uses it for school!

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  6. It is a cool service -- I am still using the free version though. It does make me feel good by telling me about my varied vocabulary and things. One day, I might upgrade!

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  7. Never heard of Grammarly before. This seems like a perfect tool for me as my work involves lot of writing. Thanks for introducing.

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    1. This is the perfect tool for you. You should give it a try.

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  8. I have been using this app too for quite a while now. Yes! Very helpful.

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  9. I know right! I am pretty happy with Grammarly! It helps me a lot in sentence formation!

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  10. Grammarly has its ups and downs. Generally I like it but then it can be annoying sometimes. So as a freelance writer I kinda hate it when a client is severely dependent on Grammarly.

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  11. I discovered it too a while ago and think it is such a handy tool :)

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