Four Lessons Learned From E.B. White


by • January 07, 2014
grammarian, grammar, writing tips, Charlotte's Web, E.B. White

Guest Post from Zack Crockett “There is a secret joy in discovering a blunder in the public prints. Almost every person has a little of the proofreader in him.” Most remember E.B. White as the celebrated author of Charlotte’s Web – and with good reason. It would… MORE →

Meet Kimberly Joki!

by • December 10, 2013
Grammarly, team, social media

Social Media and Community Manager, Grammarly.com How long have you worked at Grammarly? I started at Grammarly in December 2010. What is the best thing about working at Grammarly? It’s a lot of little things and one big thing—the people. The little things include birthday celebrations, unlimited… MORE →

Top 10 Student Writing Mistakes: Finals Edition

by • November 27, 2013

The Grammarly Editor has reviewed thousands of essays, term papers, and short stories from students of all ages. As a result, we’ve been able to collect data on the most common types of mistakes that student writers are making. As finals season approaches, take a look at some of these errors from the list below to brush up on your spelling, grammar, and punctuation. Good writing habits will not only serve you well in school, but written accuracy benefits professionals throughout their careers. 1.     Spelling mistakes Many spelling mistakes occur when… MORE →