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Leveraging Grammarly for Business and Personal Writing

I am a writer. I might not be a published author or professional writer, but I write and I write constantly. I write for my business blog and prior to this I wrote for the My Soul Venture Blog. I write content, email correspondence and I review writing as a translator and post-translation editor. Therefore it is essential for me to write well and just as important to have a grammar checker.

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Whether writing a paper for school, editing for my business, or drafting a blog post, Grammarly helps me produce well-edited content. Prior to working as a language consultant, I taught English as a second language for over 5 years. When I was teaching, Grammarly either did not exist or was not as widely known and in use as it is today. I was once approached by a vendor whose goal was to sell licenses for an automated grammar checker to my school. This vendor was essentially selling to educators what Grammarly offers to its users for FREE!

Grammarly provides automated grammar checking and spell check via a downloadable plugin. As you write emails, papers, and virtually any digital correspondence the app corrects your grammar in real-time. This tool is an excellent resource for native English speakers and those who speak English as a second language. It is also a great tool for individuals with dyslexia because it allows you to type and produce written works in confidence. In addition to checking grammar, Grammarly has expanded to provide plagiarism detection and now offers Grammarly Business. If you don't already utilize Grammarly please click the link below to get the Grammarly plugin for your computer.

Whatever your venture is, don't let unchecked grammar and spelling errors hold you back!


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Carla Stone

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