There are many computer programs out there to help you to write a professional letter or resume. It’s college application time for some students. Having poor grammar can stop you from getting the job you want, or into the college of your choice. Grammarly can help with both of those.
Personally, I have had learning disabilities in school and to this day I struggle with proper grammar. I love that I have spell check on my computer now, I have a grammar check as well.
Here are some of my favorite aspects of the program:
- Eliminate Errors
Instantly fix over 250 types of errors, most of which Microsoft Word® can’t find.
- Enhance Clarity and MeaningFind the perfect word every time with context-optimized synonym suggestions.
- Become a Better Writer Learn from your mistakes so that you can avoid them next time.
- Write Anywhere Whether you’re writing emails, essays, or social media posts, Grammarly
has your back.
There are 3 ways to install this program to get the ultimate performance:
- Install on Google Chrome
- Install in Microsoft Office
- Install for Windows
Personally, I have it installed on Google Chrome and Windows. I would have installed it for Microsoft Office but I do not have that program.
I’m using this program as I am typing up this blog post. Here is a screenshot of how it works:
Do you see how the word Personally is highlighted pink? That is how you know there is a grammar error in your article you are writing. When you click on it, it tells you what the error is and how to fix it.
You are probably thinking this is great for new documents you write but not ones that you already completed. This is not true, you can upload any pre-written document you have on your computer to check the grammar on it. This is a game changer!
This is a game changer! Think of all the college application essays students are writing right now or even research papers after already in college. You can use this for your resume as well.
I feel every computer user should have Grammarly installed on it. Try it out and let me know what you think of it. I’d love to hear your thoughts!
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