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“Andrew, don’t you have that English assignment due tomorrow?” “Yup, for my 8 a.m. class.” “Don’t you think you should stop playing with your iPhone and get to work?” “I just finished it!” This conversation is becoming more and more common in households and dorms across the United States. As colleges continue to integrate modern technology into their curriculums, students are quickly finding themselves relying on their phones, tablets and laptops to complete their schoolwork, do research and communicate with professors.
Smartphones don’t have to be all games and social media scrolling. Good writing starts at a young age, so if your child is in a grade K-12 and has a smartphone, consider putting that technology to use. Learn how a mobile grammar app helps children learn to write on the fly.
So far, you’ve studied hard to be able to read and speak in English as a second language. Are you ready to take the next step and master English language writing? Language teachers always say that the best way to learn a second language is to immerse yourself in it. That can be hard to do when you’re sitting in front of a computer or textbook. However, if you have an iPhone or Android phone, you can practice your English writing wherever you go by downloading a mobile grammar checker app. Read on to learn more.
In the age of smart phones, many of us do more writing on our phones than we do on our computers. That may sound surprising, but think about how many text messages, social media posts, emails, and even job applications we type on our phone keyboards. Because writing on our phones is so common, unfortunately, so are spelling and grammar mistakes. Depending on whom your audience is, these mistakes can be costly. Read on to discover five key reasons you need a grammar and spelling tool on your phone.
Applying for jobs can be a stressful time. While you’re working hard to perfect your resume, craft careful cover letters, nail every interview, and send thoughtful thank you notes, the fact is that many jobs will hire another candidate. Try not to let it get you down. Getting hired is a matter of perseverance. However, the next most important strength you should have as a job seeker is good spelling and grammar. Proper English makes a positive impression with employers. According to Inc., 73% of employers want candidates with strong writing skills.
No one likes to be embarrassed in front of their network by poor spelling and grammar in social media captions. Fortunately, CorrectEnglish® helps you bring your social media game up to a higher level. Proper English goes a long way in giving your Twitter, Facebook, Instagram, LinkedIn, and other profiles a polished appearance. Want to know how you can portray a professional social media presence? Here are three tips to get you started:
According to Time, Americans check their smart phones an aggregated 8 billion times per day. Young people between the ages of 18 and 24 look at their phones on average 74 times per day. Those between the ages of 25 and 34 check their devices 50 times per day, and Americans in the 35-44 age bracket do so 35 times per day. What if Americans’ relationships with their smartphones could be turned into a productive means of learning? With the CorrectEnglish® spell check and grammar tool for iOS keyboard, it’s possible.
Whether English is your native language or second language, it can be difficult to learn proper English grammar. English has many nuances that take a long time to understand. You may have taken classes on how to use English grammar properly and learned basic grammar rules. But unless you’re a writing whiz, you probably still have more to learn.
Not everyone feels confident sitting down to write an essay, email, or social media post. What will others think of us if our grammar is wrong? It’s easier to look up the spelling of a word than master some 63,000 advanced grammar rules in the English language alone. We have a tool that provides on-the-fly spelling and grammar corrections, but here’s the catch: It only works if you write!

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