National Columnists Day Brings Out the Typos

by • June 27, 2014
Fourth of July, newspaper, typo, Grammarly

Monday was National Columnists Day — a celebration of those who work tirelessly to bring us all the news that’s fit to print . . . and some that might not be. The Grammarly team asked our Facebook fans to submit their favorite newspaper typos for a chance to win a one-year… MORE →

Grammarly Announces Add-in for Microsoft Office Suite

by • June 25, 2014

Today, the Grammarly team officially announced the availability of its Grammarly® Add-in for Microsoft® Office Suite. The add-in combines the power of Grammarly’s automated proofreading technology with Microsoft® Office Word™ and Microsoft® Office Outlook®. In addition to checking for more than 250 common grammar errors and enhancing… MORE →

Why Text Messaging is Butchering Grammar

by • June 05, 2014
Emily Green, texting, text speak, shorthand, grammar

Guest post from Emily Green Well, it took a decade, but it’s finally happened. People text so much that they’ve forgotten how to use proper grammar. What’s worse, it seems like the general population is accommodating them. This needs to stop. Let’s look at why text messaging… MORE →