Grammarly is an English language writing-enhancement platform developed by Grammarly, Inc., and launched in 2009. Grammarly's proofreading and plagiarism-detection resources check more than 250 grammar rules.

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  • Quiz: Do You Practice Good Email Etiquette?
    Email has transformed the way we communicate. However, just because it’s easy and quick like many other kinds of digital communication doesn’t mean you should skip all forethought about how your message is received—literally and figuratively. Email etiquette matters, especially as email increasingly becomes our more formal mode of communication. Take this quiz to find […] The post Quiz: Do You Pra...
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  • Here’s How to Get Started as a Freelance Writer
    Sick of the 9-to-5 life? Yearning for work that’s creatively fulfilling? If you’re someone who loves to write, the idea of becoming a freelance writer has probably crossed your mind. And if you’ve ever wondered how to turn that fantasy into a reality, this post is for you. I’ve been a freelance writer since 2013, […] The post Here’s How to Get Started as a Freelance Writer appeared first on Gramma...
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  • Resume Objective: Valuable to Have or Thing of the Past?
    The average recruiter spends about six seconds looking at your resume, and you’ve got to make every one of them count. Do resume objectives help or hurt you? A resume objective is a short statement that outlines your career direction. Objective statements were once the standard on every job-seeker’s resume. A decade or so ago, […] The post Resume Objective: Valuable to Have or Thing of the Past? a...
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  • Creative People Will Want to Know These 4 Tips from JJ Abrams
    If you’re a fan of film, television, or lens flare, you’ve probably heard of JJ Abrams. He’s the Emmy award–winning writer-director-producer who brought us Alias, Felicity, Lost, Super 8, Mission Impossible III, Cloverfield, and 10 Cloverfield Lane. Oh yeah . . . and he rebooted two of the greatest sci-fi franchises of all time, Star […] The post Creative People Will Want to Know These 4 Tips from...
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  • Earliest Convenience: Is It Awkward to Use This Phrase?
    Your out-of-office email message says, “I’m away from my desk right now, but I’ll get back to you at my earliest convenience.” Have you created a grievous business faux pas? Surely, you meant well. How could it possibly be impolite to say that you’ll do something just as soon as it’s convenient for you? Language […] The post Earliest Convenience: Is It Awkward to Use This Phrase? appeared first on...
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  • What Is the Best Way to Develop a Writing Style?
    Whether or not you realize it, you have a writing style. It’s like fashion: sometimes you don’t notice it at all (jeans and a t-shirt), and other times you can’t take your eyes away (Fashion Week, or Lady Gaga). Whether you’re trying to make it as an author or churning out dozens of business emails […] The post What Is the Best Way to Develop a Writing Style? appeared first on Grammarly Blog.
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  • Why It’s Important to ‘Get It in Writing’
    “Get it in writing!” That’s a phrase we hear often. In things like bills of sale, freelance contracts, or employee compensation packages—if you and other parties are making an agreement, there’s value in using written language to document it. We often relate the phrase “Get it in writing” to fancy legal contracts drafted by lawyers, […] The post Why It’s Important to ‘Get It in Writing’ appeared f...
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  • Improve Your Email Writing with These 9 Helpful Posts
    Looking for email writing tips? You’ve come to the right place. Grammarly’s blog has featured several recent posts on all things email writing. Our aim is to provide readers with valuable insights on how to craft the perfect email for any occasion. We’ve talked about proper email etiquette. We’ve covered ways to maximize your productivity. […] The post Improve Your Email Writing with These 9 Helpf...
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  • 8 New Movies and Shows That Creatives Must Watch
    Creative work can be especially fun and rewarding, but after a long day of writing, designing, composing, crafting, coding, building, imagining . . . it’s good to relax and recharge. And what better way to kick back than with a movie or show that refuels your creative energy? We’ve entered a golden age in US […] The post 8 New Movies and Shows That Creatives Must Watch appeared first on Grammarly ...
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  • A Guide to Emoji Grammar
    This year marks the first time a sitting United States president has expressed thanks to Japan for “manga and anime, and, of course, emojis.” President Obama expressed these thanks to the Japanese prime minister, Shinzo Abe, on the White House lawn during a diplomatic visit. Nobody can doubt that emojis came from Japan, but the fact that the leader of the United States recognized them as an impor...
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  • Grammarly User Survey Analysis
    In winter 2011–2012, Grammarly invited all its customers to participate in an online survey. Students were asked to fill out a student survey. The survey sought to collect information on respondents’ experience with Grammarly, its impact on their writing, and some demographic information. In total, 392 students responded to the survey. The analysis of the collected data provides insights into who...
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  • Got grammar? Not on social media
    The Grammarly team analyzed over one billion words proofread by their popular writing app over the course of one month and learned that people make more mistakes on social media than anywhere else online.
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  • 7 Notable Mexican Authors Who Changed History
    You should know these seven authors: Luis Spota, Carlos Fuentes, Octavio Paz, Juan Rulfo, Jaime Sabines, Martin Luis Guzman, and Valeria Luiselli. As you drive down streets in Mexico, you will notice that many roads bear the names of famous people. In particular, you will find neighborhoods that honor authors and poets in the names […] The post 7 Notable Mexican Authors Who Changed History appeare...
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  • This Is How to Effectively Plan for Second Interview Questions
    You’ve been invited to a second interview—well done! But don’t get too comfortable just yet. If you’ve been asked to interview a second time, you’re likely up against the company’s top few candidates. That means the stakes are higher than ever, and you need to prepare to give the interview all you’ve got. Why Second […] The post This Is How to Effectively Plan for Second Interview Questions appear...
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  • Writing your way to a love connection
    Read more about how good grammar can help your chances of finding a love match online: https://www.grammarly.com/blog/could-bad-grammar-mean-a-lonely-valentines-day-for-dating-hopefuls/ Which traits do people value in their online dating matches? Common interests and mutual attraction are important to just about everybody, but good grammar is a surprising must-have for both men and women. For mo...
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  • Grammar Game Time: Josh + Sara
    Whether you're emailing your boss, your friends, or your crush, make sure that everything you send is perfect with Grammarly. http://bit.ly/2qyEkMZ
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  • Office Grammar Trolls
    Some people take it upon themselves to “police” grammar online or at work. When they use restraint and tact, these people can positively contribute to their communities. Sadly, many people miss the mark and consider “foolish” grammar mistakes justification for making others feel bad. These are grammar trolls. Learn more about grammar trolling: https://www.grammarly.com/blog/grammar-correction-or-...

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