Grammarly bills itself as "the best grammar checker and proofreader" for English-language documents. As offered, Grammarly has provided me with a free, one-year subscription (automatically downgrading to a free account on May 13, 2011) to their premium service so that I can do a review of it for language-learning purposes.
They've set it up for me so that I can give that account away to one of my readers, which I will be doing sometime next week after I do the review this weekend.
Interested in getting the free account? Here's how to get your shot:
- Leave a comment below (or on my review of Grammarly, once that's up) stating how you hope to use it. (If you really want it bad, feel free to leave multiple comments, but they all have to be different!)
- Leave a way for me to get in touch with you, such as your user name on Lang-8, LingQ, Livemocha, etc. If you'd rather not do that, send me an email claiming your comment(s), and if you're the winner I'll get in touch with you via that email.
- I'll pick a winner based on the comment I like the best. This could be the comment that is the most interesting, the funniest, the cleverest, the most earnest, etc. Pick whatever strategy you think will win me over.
- If you win, you've gotta come back within a week or two and add another comment with your thoughts after having tried out Grammarly's premium service.