In addition to the powerful browser extension for editing, Grammarly also has three additional free resources that should be in your bookmarks, especially if you are a new writer
With that, here are the three additional resources:
- The Handbook. Use their simple guide to English basics whenever you’re in doubt of the basics. The guide covers grammar, punctuation, mechanics, technique, and style.
- The Grammar Check webpage. Perfect for the times you are not working on your own personal computer or cannot install Grammarly. Go to
the webpageversion and paste your writing.
- The Grammarly Editor. If you prefer not installing the Grammarly program on your computer, use the editor online and you can even save your work online by creating a simple user account.
Question for you: Which link did you bookmark? Which link do you think will be the most useful to you? Leave a comment.
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