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The advantages of using the Grammarly app for writing

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Recently, I discovered that Grammarly has its own tool on Google Chrome. I knew what Grammarly was, but I didn't realize that they had such a tool in Google Chrome. Here is the link to their Google Chrome plugin page.

While I honestly found it unnecessary for short replies, it has helped me in writing articles such as this one. Its extensive list of grammar corrections helped me tremendously, and I consider myself to be someone who is pretty proficient in writing professional English.

In any case, here are the reasons why you should use Grammarly for writing:

  • It's free.

    The free version has most of the grammar and spelling corrections, while the paid version utilizes context corrections and vocabulary suggestions. In any case, it's very helpful in proofreading your work, and making sure that you didn't make any English mistakes.

  • It can save you additional rounds of corrections.

    People whose articles or writing have to be proofread by somebody all go through it: making grammar mistakes they didn't notice even at the final draft. Grammarly has an almost 100% assurance that it won't happen to them.

  • It suspects if you potentially plagiarized anything.

    According to Grammarly's Plagiarism Checker, they scan billions of web pages as well as some academic databases to check whether or not your site contains any duplicate content. In addition to that, they ensure that you give appropriate citations when you haven't supplied it in your document.

  • It can help you better convey whatever you want to say in your message.

    It's hard for some of us to admit, but we occasionally give very tone-deaf or overtly aggressive wording to messages that aren't really in the appropriate setting. In any case, the formality of your message doesn't match the formality needed for the message (e.g. too casual for a professional message, or maybe an adjective you're using isn't really used correctly). Grammarly can help with this with their Tone Detector.

Overall, Grammarly is a very good writing tool, and I would recommend it to anyone who is not very familiar with conventional writing styles, or writing in volume.

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