Correcting your grammar as you type along
Typos haunted me in anything I wrote, and at times they were very embarrassing!
Reading a post on how to improve one’s writing skills as a travel blogger, I cam across “Grammarly” – an add-on for your browser. It suggests corrections as you type along.
I installed it three days ago, using it with Google chrome, and am so HAPPY! Never thought, that life could “grammarly” be so easy :)!
What it will correct
- It will detect spelling mistakes and provide corrections, which you can choose to accept or not.
- Additionally it will look synonyms and suggest these to you as well.
- Points to Commonly-confused words
- You can double-click on a word to find its definition in the Web.
Grammarly will suggest corrections for
- Article use
Last but not least – and finally a “punctuation blessing!!” for
- Comma use
- End punctuation
A grammarly icon will appear at the bottom of the window, in which you are typing the text. If it is green, you are a master of your grammar – congrats! If not, it will appear red and have a number on it, indicating the number of mistakes.
I highly recommend using this free of charge add-on for your browser!
You can download it at: http://www.grammarly.com/download