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I am seeing their ads everywhere but I'm not sure if it's actually worthwhile to purchase. Do you think it's useful? Are there any alternatives?
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I am seeing their ads everywhere but I'm not sure if it's actually worthwhile to purchase. Do you think it's useful? Are there any alternatives?
Most web browsers have spell checks built in these days so depends how much you struggle with your grammar whether it'd be worth it or not.
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There is a free version of Grammarly available. As regards other spellchecks available built-in or as add-ons, Grammarly actually looks at grammar as well as your spelling. It has an advantage.
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There are plenty of added features in grammarly's premium version that are not available in the free version. I doubt there are many other equally as effective alternatives online. In the end though, it depends on why you need to use grammarly. Is it just to spell-check and correct other grammatical errors, or is there another reason?
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Better off just learning grammar rather than relying on a piece of technology to do it for you.
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I use grammarly. It works well. It can suggest things where I don't agree. I don't see it as a necessary addon. I wouldn't pay for it.
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Better off just learning grammar rather than relying on a piece of technology to do it for you.
If you're in a rush, and don't have the time to parse text for grammatical mistakes?
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If you're in a rush, and don't have the time to parse text for grammatical mistakes?
It comes as second nature if you learn it.
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It comes as second nature if you learn it.
I like grammar big time; I still make mistakes when not paying attention or when I don't have the time to proofread.
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Grammarly was really worth to have. I can say this 'coz it really helps me when it comes to writing a proposal letter to my clients. I'm using grammarly premium and I can say that this is the best grammar checker that everyone should have.
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I am seeing their ads everywhere but I'm not sure if it's actually worthwhile to purchase. Do you think it's useful? Are there any alternatives?
Grammarly was really worth to have. I can say this 'coz it really helps me when it comes to writing a proposal letter to my clients. I'm using grammarly premium and I can say that this is the best grammar checker that everyone should have.
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I've had Grammarly for a while now and it's brilliant. In fact, it has actually improved my grammar without it, as I have learnt from the AI correcting my mistakes. I would definitely recommend the premium as it does exactly that and more... (Corrects your tone when writing e.g. If you're writing an essay it will turn a slang or lazy tone of writing to neutral and poignant) 100% recommend it‼
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I am seeing their ads everywhere but I'm not sure if it's actually worthwhile to purchase. Do you think it's useful? Are there any alternatives?
I've had Grammarly for a while now and it's brilliant. In fact, it has actually improved my grammar without it, as I have learnt from the AI correcting my mistakes. I would definitely recommend the premium as it does exactly that and more... (Corrects your tone when writing e.g. If you're writing an essay it will turn a slang or lazy tone of writing to neutral and poignant) 100% recommend it‼
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