A FREE Online Spell Checker and Grammar Checker That Helps You Write Clearly

A Google Chrome extension that is highly rated and very useful is the extension called Grammarly.

What this extension does is monitor your online written (typed) communication for spelling and grammar errors. Grammarly helps you write clearly and confidently on Gmail, Facebook, Twitter, Linkedin, Tumblr, and nearly anywhere else on the Web. I recently installed Grammarly and don’t know how I lived without it; especially when using the WordPress.com editor to finalize my blog articles.


Contextual spell checker – Correctly spelled words used in the wrong context mean embarrassing mistakes for you. Grammarly spots erroneous use of lose/loose, affect/effect, lie/lay, there/their/they’re, and many more commonly confused words.

Grammar checker – Grammarly scans your text for proper use of more than 250 advanced grammar rules, spanning everything from subject-verb agreement to article use to modifier placement.

Vocabulary enhancement – Words can make an impact, or they can fall flat. Enhance your sentences with Grammarly’s word choice suggestions that optimize for the context of your document.

NOTE: CLICK HERE to learn more on how you can also get Grammarly as a Microsoft Word and Outlook Add-in…


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  1. For Firefox users (or any activity generating text), you can use Grammarly on their Web site by pasting or uploading your text: https://www.grammarly.com/1
    There are also a number of add-ons for Firefox that facilitate such uploads from in the browser to comparable checkers from other sources: https://addons.mozilla.org/en-US/firefox/search/?q=grammar+

    I get the impression that the integration of Grammarly in Chrome is better, but I am surprised that it is not mentioned on Grammarly’s Web site. However, it should be noted that they push an upgrade of the extension to a non-free version.


    1. David,

      I do believe the integration of Grammarly in Chrome is the better option (or at least that is what I am experiencing). Anytime I perform any online writings (i.e. such as writing these comments), Grammarly is there hanging around.



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