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Whether you are a parent, student, or business owner, do you lack confidence in your writing skills? When I started back to school for my marketing degree, I was nervous about the papers and essays as it had been a while since drafting and submitting those. Thankfully, it all came back to me, but with some extra help as well.
Have you heard of Grammarly? By now, you probably have. They have exploded onto the scene with their little-branded icon as you type into platforms. Awesome, right? What exactly does this tool do? Grammarly’s AI-powered products help people communicate more effectively. This is a huge plus for messages, documents, and even social media posts! This is beneficial not only for personal use but for business, school, etc. Technology has most certainly come a long way, hasn’t it? We all want to represent well with how we communicate so Grammarly’s goal is to make that happen. The tool proofreads as you go.
What does Grammarly fix in terms of writing issues?
Excellent question! Grammarly helps with a variety of issues ranging from grammar, spelling, and punctuation, to overused words, wordiness, and even plagiarism! I definitely use the plagiarism tool for my college papers!
Do you struggle with an inconsistent writing style?
How about unclear sentence structures, ineffective vocabulary, and impoliteness? Yes, Grammarly fixes those too! It also helps with tone, hedging writing, and insensitive language. How amazing is this? Grammarly is my definite go-to for all things writing, especially writing here on the blog. I love writing and blogging so I want my tone to be clear, concise, and mistake-free. In fact, Grammarly is helping me do that right now!
I am so grateful for a program like this as it helps build confidence and even acts as a refresher for proper writing techniques. Grammarly is a writing gold mine!
What writing issues do you find that you struggle with? I learned that I was “comma happy.” How about you?