How to Perfect your Writing Style

Whatever we’re writing, most of us are going backwards and forwards editing, deleting, rephrasing and checking for errors and we’re still left with a certain degree of uncertainty with regards to whether the message can be conveyed in a better way.  Sometimes, we need to get the text proofread by another person to make sure that what we want to say does indeed make sense to the rest of the world. Our word processor does a lot in underlining the misspelled words but it doesn’t really go further than that.  I work as a blogger and Spanish- English Translator and I am confronted with many of issues mentioned above. Luckily, I recently came across  the world’s leading software suite for perfecting written English. Anyone can try it for free for 7 days to see how this amazing software can help.

Grammarly from Grammarly, Inc. checks for more than 250 types of spelling, grammar, and punctuation errors, enhances vocabulary usage, and suggests citations. Therefore, Grammarly is your handy automated proofreader and your personal grammar coach. It correct up to 10 times more mistakes than any popular word processors.


Here’s some of Grammarly’s features:

  • Check Over 250 Points of Grammar
  • Improve Any Text
  • Context Optimized Synonyms
  • Adaptive Spell Checker
  • Plagiarism Detection & Citations
  • Find Errors That Microsoft® Word Can’t find
  • Improve Your Writing Skills









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One thought on “How to Perfect your Writing Style

  • Scott Campbell

    Hi Ally,

    It’s a very common problem not to spot spelling and grammar mistakes in your own work no matter how many times you read it…simply because your brain knows what to expect because you wrote it. Getting someone else to proof my work often isn’t practical especially for technical text so I gave Grammarly a try out. I have to say I’m very impressed by how well it performs especially with spelling as MS Word doesn’t have the range in the dictionary to cover a lot of technical words.
    The bonus discovery is the context synonym function. It’s great to have it suggest alternatives right there in the document.

    Thanks for the advice

    Thanks for the advice

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