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Is Grammarly Any Good?

Relying on AI technology might be ruining your editing skills

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I edit for a living. One of my particular clients requires that I have Grammarly installed to help me with that process.

As a result, I use Grammarly almost every single day. I still read what I edit, comb each line, and choose what I think is best for the article. Many writers and editors may not…




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Shelby Sullivan

Shelby Sullivan

Professional writer, editor, blogger, designer, and owner of Specializes in memoir & poetry editing, and travel/outdoors copywriting.

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