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Grammarly is a simple and powerful writing app with over 250 grammar, spelling, and contextual checks to help you master the English language. An everyday use of Grammarly enables error-free, clear, and successful written communication.

What Is The Difference Between Catalog vs. Catalogue? [Definitions and Examples]

In English, some words have more than one spelling. They don’t have to change their meaning or the way they…

Connor Brooke
June 27, 2016
BrandViews / Grammarly

Pleaded or Pled: The Grammar Hammer – Which Version Is Correct and Why?

How serious does an argument about the proper way to form a past tense of a verb have to be…

Connor Brooke
June 26, 2016
BrandViews / Grammarly

“Yea, Yeah, Yay!” Key Differences between “Yeah” vs “Yea”

Yea, yeah, and yay are three words that are commonly equated with the word yes. If you’re one of the…

Alan Draper
June 23, 2016
BrandViews / Grammarly

Political Correction: How “PC” and “Reclaimed” Words Got Their Start

Any Google News search for “political correctness” will yield three general groups of results: pieces slamming one public figure or…

James Spillane
June 23, 2016
BrandViews / Grammarly

What Is the Singular They, and Why Should I Use It?

Last year, Grammarly polled our social audiences to see if they supported gender-neutral pronoun usage. The results were a bit…

James Spillane
June 22, 2016
BrandViews / Grammarly

Confusing Words: Empathetic

In any language, English included, there are some words people can do without knowing. There are words like pain, suffering,…

Connor Brooke
June 20, 2016
BrandViews / Grammarly

Awhile or a While?

Awhile or a while? You can say awhile and a while without noticing any difference between the two—they are both…

Connor Brooke
June 18, 2016
BrandViews / Grammarly

Cue vs. Queue: What’s the Difference and When Should You Use Them

A mother and daughter may sound alike on the phone, but if you meet them in real life you can…

Jay Leonard
June 17, 2016
BrandViews / Grammarly

What Is Comradery?

Do your friends inspire you to set goals? Do they support you as you try to reach them? Do they…

Alan Draper
June 10, 2016
BrandViews / Grammarly

What Is a Protagonist? Full Explaination & Examples

Have you ever learned a new word from a book? Some people use the context clues found in the paragraph…

Connor Brooke
June 8, 2016
BrandViews / Grammarly

Are You Blond or Blonde?

In every culture, there are legends. For example, according to ancient Scottish folklore, women with braided hair kept their sailor…

James Spillane
June 8, 2016
BrandViews / Grammarly

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