Grammarly Makes Sending Cover Letters So Easy

by Tanya December 21, 2021

My job search felt like a struggle this year — I grappled with hundreds of emails writing endless variations of the same cover letter every day 😟

The problem is –  the more cover letters I write, the more grammar mistakes I make.

Even if I try to proofread them, it is like my mind is oblivious to obvious mistakes.

How I easily solved this problem?

My stomach lurches every time I notice an obvious typo after I’d already pressed send. 🤦🏻‍♀️ It’s because I know that my education level and intelligence will be judged upon my writing and could cost me a job interview.

To stop making the obvious mistakes and improve my cover letters automatically, this year I finally downloaded the free writing assistant everyone is talking about –  Grammarly.

You can download Grammarly’s desktop app, the Grammarly browser extension, and the Grammarly Keyboard. 

Grammarly automatically corrects your sentences, grammar, and punctuation as you write and uses the context to understand the difference between whether and weather, were and where, etc.

It also offers suggestions for clearer and better phrasing. I never realised how many times I use “really,” “actually,” “love,” and “great” until Grammarly pointed it out. 

It’s magic! 

Grammarly Premium allows you to select whether you’re writing an academic paper, business report, email, casual message, something creative, and more. And it can suggest industry-specific language that will speak to your target audiences. 

Grammarly – the best writing assistant on the market

Grammarly is, without a doubt, the best writing tool out there. No other tool has come close to delivering this level of support.

It has made my life so much easier. From writing emails to cover letters in Word, and even updating my social posts – it assists me everywhere!

Although Grammarly is free, the Premium version unlocks a bunch of features like the tone detector, clarity-focused sentence rewrites, fluency, and so much more. And it’s affordable at only 12 USD a month (which is only about £9).

The Premium version offers invaluable suggestions and synonyms that significantly improve my sentences and the overall structure of my missives. Grammarly is just like a second pair of eyes—and for cover letters and résumés, that’s important! 

I’m now way more confident about my writing, and more productive —giving me more chances at landing my dream jobs. 

If you’re struggling with your job search, I highly recommend downloading Grammarly.

Start writing like a pro today: Click this link now to try Grammarly for free!

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  • Anne Marie

    Grammarly just helped me to write this comment without errors…I’m dyslexic

    • Tanya

      😁 👍🏼 It’s a win!

    • Tim

      There should be a full-stop at the end of every sentence.

      • Tanya

        That’s funny, Tim 😀

  • Disgruntled Editor

    Grammarly is a piece of junk.

    Any editor, proofreader, or professional writer who has used Grammarly has also quickly stopped using Grammarly. The vast majority of its recommendations result in awkward phrasing, and many of them are flat-out wrong. For instance, “set up” is a verb and “setup” is a noun… but according to Grammarly, they’re one and the same.

    • Tanya

      I understand where you are coming from. A professional editor who edits newspapers, academic materials, or books would never use Grammarly. Grammarly helps causal everyday writers and bloggers. It has certainly helped me!

    • Gary

      If an example of Grammarly in action, I think that Tanya’s reply ‘Grammarly helps causal everyday writers’ doesn’t help the Grammarly case. It’s helped you to write a reply with poor grammar and spelling. And for an app that claims to help with both; I’m out.