3 Additional Free Resources from Grammarly

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 look to develop your skills.

To read about the actual Grammarly browser extension and features offered, check out my initial review.

With that, here are the three additional resources:

  1. 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.
  2. The Grammar Check webpage. Perfect for the times you are not working on your own personal computer or cannot install Grammarly. Go to the webpage version and paste your writing.
  3. 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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