Grammarly, the world’s leading software suite for perfecting written English, is announcing the opening of its new online store at www.Grammarly.net. Grammarly’s Company Store offers a range of grammar-related products and apparel with slogans such as, “Don’t abbrev.” and “Don’t use no double negatives.” In conjunction with its online store opening, Grammarly is launching a t-shirt slogan contest on Facebook. Fans are invited to share their wittiest suggestions for a t-shirt slogan around the theme, “[Not so] Proper Grammar.” The winner will receive a Grammarly t-shirt adorned with the slogan, and… MORE →
Grammar Revolution is a documentary Kickstarter project by David and Elizabeth O’Brien, aimed at changing the way people think about grammar. From the Kickstarter page: Dear Backers, $22,000 is the minimum we need to finish the Grammar Revolution documentary. This fundraising campaign is all or nothing. We have to meet our goal of $22,000 by February 7. Your credit card will only be charged if we reach our goal. We’ve already filmed many amazing interviews, but we need your help if we are going to finish filming and do all the work needed to produce,… MORE →
Grammarly Offers $1,000 Scholarship Grammarly helps students worldwide achieve academic goals and improve their writing on essays, reports, theses and dissertations. Grammarly is licensed by individuals, and by more than 100 higher education institutions. Today, Grammarly is pleased to announce a $1,000 scholarship to be awarded to one student enrolled at an accredited higher education institution in the United States during 2013. To enter the competition, we ask that you write a thoughtful response (between 500 and 1,000 words) to one of the questions below, and submit the essay to firstname.lastname@example.org… MORE →
Questia.com, the Internet’s home for conducting, high-quality, comprehensive research, is searching for the best and most correct use of citations via their contest the Questia “Citation Showdown.” Submit your bibliography for consideration by December 31, 2012 for your chance to win the $500 first prize! Entering the contest is quick and easy! All you need to do is to submit a bibliography, that: – Incorporates at least three citations, one of which must be from a current source (Published within the past 12 months); – Is formatted in an APA, MLA or Chicago… MORE →
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