Grammarly is a tool that everyone could use. The automatic proofreading application scans text and searches for more than 250 different types of common grammatical mistakes. Grammarly also catches spelling and word choice errors, and notifies users immediately when instances of plagiarism have been detected.
Improve your chances of an A grade on your next assignment by copy/pasting the text of any essay or research paper into Grammarly. In seconds, Grammarly will proofread your text for spelling, grammar, punctuation, style of word choice, and plagiarism. It will then tell you how many “critical writing issues” have been detected, and prompt you to sign up for a paid account (or a seven-day trial) to find out what those writing issues are. Unlike the spell checkers in most word processing programs, Grammarly is programmed to spot commonly confused words like affect and effect or lose and loose, and suggests replacements that may improve the readability of submitted text. Grammarly also checks against more than 8 billion documents for instances of plagiarism, and suggests possible citations in certain instances.
Grammarly is just as useful for students and professors as it is for medical writers, English learners, authors, and job applicants putting together resumes and cover letters. The web-application automatically adapts its recommendations based on the writing genre and pinpoints areas for improvement. Grammarly can function as a web-based app, or it can be integrated with Microsoft Office Suite programs like Word and Outlook.
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