Grammarly’s suggestions make it easy to improve your writing. Our free offering equips you to spot and fix misspelled words, imperfect grammar, and punctuation mistakes. And Grammarly Premium does all that and a whole lot more—all in service of taking your writing from good to great.
So what do these plans include, and how can you use them? Here, we explain the differences between our free plan and Grammarly Premium while also highlighting a few top features.
Grammarly Premium helps make your writing extra clear to your reader. It can suggest restructuring lengthy sentences to make them more understandable.
It can also help you get the delivery just right. For Premium users, tone adjustment suggestions appear as purple underlines. These can help you find a more polite option in place of something that might seem rude.
Delivery suggestions also recommend inclusive language in spots where it’s appropriate. And they can help you hit the mark when it comes to formality. While you might feel comfortable sending an informal “thank u” to an old friend, this feature can remind you to swap in “thank you” when addressing colleagues. It can even boost your confidence—or, at least, help your writing seem more confident by striking squishy, hedging phrases like “I think.”
Besides purple underlines for delivery, Grammarly Premium users can look for green underlines, which are engagement suggestions. These can help you notice and avoid repetitive patterns and instead employ a lively variety of sentence structures to better hold the reader’s attention. Engagement suggestions also include ways to replace dull vocabulary with more compelling words. For instance, was the checkmate in that chess game you watched “very smart,” or was it “brilliant?”
That last note brings us to fluency suggestions. Consider someone whose primary language is French, in which the word “chance” means “luck.” Fluency suggestions help avoid mix-ups specific to a particular language, so someone who usually speaks French doesn’t mistakenly call that crafty checkmate “good chance.”
Grammarly Premium also includes formatting suggestions, like identifying when a hard-to-follow paragraph would work better as a series of bullet points. (Hey, we took that exact suggestion earlier to list where these plans work!)
Finally, to ensure there’s no chance of anyone mistaking you for a copycat, Grammarly Premium’s plagiarism detector searches the web, including academic databases, for phrases that match what’s in your draft, so you can be sure your work reads as undeniably yours.
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