Learn How to Make your Typing Powerful with Grammarly
Are you new on WordPress or any other blogging platform? If it’s yes then you might be thinking about your typing or let’s say writing, if your grammar is weak or you don’t know where to put punctuations etc. Then you might be looking for something new that would save your time, then I gotta tell you are at a right place. In this post, I’m gonna tell you about a tool “Grammarly”. Let’s see what’s that.
What is Grammarly?
Every time whenever we try something new we’d like to know about it first. Just in case, I’m going to tell you what is Grammarly? Grammarly is an English language writing-enhancement platform, which is developed by Grammarly Inc. Grammarly was officially launched on 1 July 2009 (WorldWide) by Alex Shevchenko and Max Lytvyn. It headquartered in San-Francisco California, US. Grammarly is a full-time Spell and grammar checker tool.
How it Works?
Now, so that you know What’s Grammarly? It’s time to see how it works? Well, there is nothing so hard to understand. In this century everyone knows how to use so that’s why I’m not gonna walk you through the whole guidelines. To use Grammarly you need to sign up for free. Grammarly is also available for desktop. Then you’re gonna need an extension click here to get it. After signing in you’re free to use Grammarly. Now whenever you type you will notice a tiny Green Grammarly on the right side of the corner. (as shown in the screenshot below):
Now as you can see you have successfully installed Grammarly to your browser. As we know we are human beings and we do lots of mistakes in every single step, just in case this tiny Grammarly will become red every time you made a mistake in Grammar or spelling. You will see this will make your typing better than before. So that’s why it is also known as “The World’s best Grammar checker”.
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I hope you enjoyed my this little article. Don’t forget to share your thoughts in the comments below. Or I’m I’m missing something let me know. I’ll see you in my next post. Goodbye!