In this tutorial I show you how to use Grammarly (free) to make your writing better. Grammarly is a tool that suggests grammar improvements, word suggestions and so much more. You can use it with Gmail, Facebook, Messenger and it has its own editor that you can use for any text you write.

Besides helping you to write better you will also learn more about the English grammar.

You can get it for free at https://ferdykorp.com/grammarly

Besides that I will also cover what you can dow ith the premium version of Grammarly. I think this is a must-have tool for anyone!


    27 replies to "Grammarly Tutorial | Improve Your Writing"

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    • Khin Yaminn

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    • John Beacock

      NEVER PAY FOR GRAMMARLY! Grammarly claims to use an advanced AI but the Pro version can not figure out how to convert a document using just H1, H2 and text to raw HTML? I call BS. This is just big tech kissing the butts of big tech and affiliates promoting each other's affiliate links. I like many of your videos but with your tech skills you did not review this product honestly.

    • mxriiez

      Writtings not that easy. But, grammarly can help! This sentence is grammatically correct. But its wordy, and hard to read.

    • Bullet One

      Grammarly sucks – the new sidebar versions is showing 85% SCORE but it's SHOWING NO SUGGESTIONS at all. I have to edit on my own in the "New Document" it's useless program now for WordPress users. Such a stupid people made this. How can that stupid shit show 85% done, and show zero suggestions ?

    • itsMudz

      The basics
      Misspellings and grammatical errors can affect your credibility. The same goes for misused commas and other types of punctuation. Not only will Grammarly underline these issues in red, but it will also show you how you to correctly write the sentence.

      Blue underline Grammarly has spotted an unnecessarily wordy sentence. You'll find suggestions that can help you effortlessly revise a wordy sentence.

      But wait…there's more?
      Grammarly Premium can give you very helpful feedback on your writing. Passive voice can be fixed by Grammarly, and it can handle classical word-choice mistakes. It can also help with inconsistencies such as switching between e-mail and email or the U.S.A. and the USA.

      It can even help when you wanna refine ur slang or formality level. That's especially useful when writing for a broad audience ranging from businessmen to friends and family, don't you think? It'll inspect your vocabulary carefully and suggest the best word to make sure you don't have to analyze your writing too much. Downloaded Grammarly

    • Lidos O

      my boy found you again! I haven't started the video but I know I'm about to binge-watch this!!!

    • Robert Cooper

      Thanks for the excellent video, Ferdy.

    • Jesus Lopez

      Awesome content! Thank you so much!

    • Nándor Ras

      Grammarly's not available to correct Dutch texts, right? I'm using Language Tool for that right now…

    • Martin Hermann

      Thx, it looks great! But is it working in other languages too? I should have it in German.

    • nizar rus

      Ferdy One of the best designers in the world you are amazing keep it!!

    • Robert Sprigge

      Ferdy, your spelling is better than Grammary's, beware! You need to review which dialect of the English language you require. Having looked it up, I see Grammarly has 4 options.

    • Tycoon Titian01

      Isn’t most of grammarly you have to pay a “subscription” to get most of stuff

    • Ruffian Xion

      While there's no denying Grammarly is an extremely effective app, you should make sure you are happy with the privacy policy before installing it – in particular this part:

      Other Information we collect
      We collect this information as you use the Site, Software, and/or Services:
      User Content. This consists of all text, documents, or other content or information uploaded, entered, or otherwise transmitted by you in connection with your use of the Services and/or Software.

    • Thierry Maesen

      Thank you for this video which is good, attention it is only valid in English language and not for French for example ….

    • Sanjana Om

      Thanks Ferdy!! 🙂 I have been using Grammarly since a year now. I love it..I love your videos!

    • Iram Kanwal

      great video bro… yeah

    • Pez Reloaded

      Definitely a great tool.

    • Tracy LF

      "Carrier"? Pretty sure you wanted "career"- lol. 😉 Grammarly IS pretty great, though. Another fantastic tutorial, as usual. I have to slow down the playback, however– you're just too quick for me! Cheers. 🙂

    • MIX wix 2

      Hi ferdy thanks for video can you make video how to make service website to sale online like iptv please with divi or elementor please 🙏👍

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    • jacko89d

      Really, correcting fantastic with amazing? And removing "really"? Seems kind of a useless app just like I thought, there's no real need for it, at least not for people with fairly good English; there's already a gmail and Facebook auto correct option

      Edit: but good move to collaborate with you to explain more, as I never gave it more than 5 seconds before skipping their annoying ads. This was the first time I listened to what it is because it's from a channel I trust.

    • MM Adeniyi

      Grammarly is a huge help at times for real. Nice video Ferdy .

    • Infoicons

      Nice video, dear can we get its a premium version for free any idea about how to get the premium version for free…?

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