Grammarly is a digital writing tool that uses machine learning to provide grammar, punctuation, and spelling checks, stylistic and best-practice writing suggestions, a plagiarism checker, and real-time comments and suggestions for teachers.
What Grammarly does
Grammarly is a digital writing tool that serves as a personal proofreader. It checks for grammar, punctuation, and spelling mistakes. It also offers stylistic and best-practice writing suggestions. Grammarly uses machine learning to identify issues in your writing. It also includes a plagiarism checker that scans your text for matches on the web and academic databases. The tool provides real-time comments and suggestions as you write.
Key features for teachers
- Grammar and Spell Checking: It checks for grammar, punctuation, and spelling mistakes, helping teachers ensure their written materials are error-free.
- Stylistic and Best-Practice Writing Suggestions: Grammarly offers suggestions to improve writing style and adhere to best practices.
- Plagiarism Checker: This feature scans text for matches on the web and academic databases, helping teachers ensure students' work is original.
- Real-Time Comments and Suggestions: As you write, Grammarly provides suggestions and explanations, aiding in the writing process.
- Color-Coding Process: Grammarly uses color-coding to differentiate errors and provide immediate feedback.
- Setting Goals: When you upload a document, Grammarly asks you to set your goals to get suggestions based on your audience and domain.
Grammarly offers a free version that checks for errors. The premium version, which includes additional features, is available for $12 per month when billed annually. A business plan is also available for $15 per member per month, billed annually.