#GrammarlyEdits What Nathan Bush (@Planner_Nathan) Writes!
No matter what writing style you use — general, business, academic, technical, casual, or creative — the Grammarly® Editor can help. That’s why we were so excited to participate in a recent event originating from the National Council of Teachers of English.
National Day on Writing took place on Friday, October 19 and Saturday, October 20. As part of the event, thousands of writers tweeted their compositions, posting them to Twitter using the hashtag #WhatIWrite. Some participants added an additional hashtag, #GrammarlyEdits, to their tweets to take part in Grammarly’s drawing for a one-year subscription to Grammarly valued at $139.95.
The results are in, and a randomly selected winner has been chosen. Nathan Bush is the winner of the #GrammarlyEdits #WhatIWrite contest with the tweet:
“Studying risk perception is vital as humans increasingly face a juncture of activity and climate variability.”
Thanks to all of the participants in the contest and congratulations to Nathan Bush, who gets access to Grammarly through the end of 2013. Happy writing.
It’s the last day of the Grammarly #WhatIWrite Contest!
Have you written a wonderful sentence that you’d like to share?
Grammarly is joining The New York Times Learning Network, National Council of Teachers for English, National Writing Project and other literary-minded organizations in spreading the word about the #WhatIWrite Tweet-up that took place yesterday (Friday, October 19) and today (Saturday, October 20).
#WhatIWrite encourages writers to share excerpts from their writing via Twitter. Participants who include the hashtag #GrammarlyEdits with any of their tweets will be entered into a drawing to win a free one-year subscription to Grammarly’s online application valued at $139.95. You may also tell your friends about the contest on Twitter for a second chance in the drawing.
Click here to learn more about the #GrammarlyEdits #WhatIWrite contest.
Terms and conditions: Official Rules #GrammarlyEdits #WhatIWrite Contest
Share #WhatIWrite for a Chance to Win a One-Year Subscription to Grammarly
“All you have to do is write one true sentence. Write the truest sentence that you know,” advised Ernest Hemingway.
At Grammarly, we’re committed to helping writers from all over the world perfect their written English. That’s why we are so excited to join The New York Times Learning Network, the National Council of Teachers for English and the National Writing Project in spreading the word about the #WhatIWrite Tweet-up this Friday, October 19 and Saturday, October 20.
#WhatIWrite encourages writers to share excerpts from their writing via Twitter. Grammarly checks any style of writing for more than 150 types of spelling, grammar and punctuation errors, enhances vocabulary usage and suggests citations. We want #WhatIWrite participants to know that whatever it is you are writing, Grammarly can help.
Participants in the #WhatIWrite Tweet-up who include the hashtag #GrammarlyEdits with their tweet will be entered into a drawing to win a free one-year subscription to Grammarly’s online application, valued at $139.95.
Here’s how to enter the contest:
Using the hashtags #WhatIWrite and #GrammarlyEdits, we invite you to take Hemingway’s advice and share the truest sentence that you’ve written. It doesn’t matter if your writing is meant for a general, business, academic, technical, creative or casual audience; we’re simply looking for you to share your best sentence on Twitter.
To be entered into Grammarly’s drawing you must include the hashtags #WhatIWrite and #GrammarlyEdits in your tweet. A winner will be randomly selected from a list of all participants.
You may also tell your friends about the contest on Twitter for a second chance in the drawing. Good luck!
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