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Do you want to talk real good like your teachers learned you? Well with Grammarly, you can.
Grammarly is your online writing coach, and with free and paid versions, there’s one that’s perfect just for you. You just upload your copy and Grammarly will check for errors and point out corrections. It’s obviously a valuable service for writers and bloggers, but I think everyone should have a free account to keep handy. You never know when you’ll have an important email or note that you want to double check!
So what’s the difference between the free and paid versions? I’m so glad you asked.
In the free version, you’ll get access to Grammarly Editor, Grammarly browser extension, and Grammarly for desktop. They will each check for spelling mistakes and contextual errors, as well as 150 types of grammatical mistakes. They will also help you identify wordiness and vocabulary mistakes.
With a Premium subscription, you’ll get all of that, plus Grammarly for MS Office, vocabulary improvement, plagiarism detection, and more than 250 types of grammatical mistakes identified and corrected.
Plans start at $11.66 per month, and can be billed monthly, quarterly, or annually. So you can pick the term that works for you! You’ll also get a seven day money-back guarantee on all Premium subscriptions, so you can test out the new features before you commit.
I would suggest starting with a free plan so you can see what your needs are, how you use the service, and whether or not you need the Premium services.
Grammarly also has a fantastic library of writing resources for any project you’re working on, large or small. Be sure to bookmark that, because they’re always adding new things!