This unique blog post has a guest blogger. You may have heard of them before … Welcome ChatGPT! As my readers may remember, I recently posted a blog article about my thoughts on Grammarly. So what does ChatGPT think about Grammarly?
The focus of my discussion with ChatGPT was to see how his responses would fare when being asked to write a blog post. The first request I asked was to “Write a blog post about Grammarly in the style of Cameron Fuller from Catapult Systems.” The second was a variation of the first but used a different (much more prominent) literary figure. The second request I asked was to “Write a blog post about Grammarly in the style of William Shakespeare”
Request #1 response: (Grammarly in my writing style)
As a language model, I am trained to understand the intricacies of grammar, spelling, and syntax. But, as much as I have been programmed to understand these things, I still make mistakes. This is where Grammarly comes in – an AI-powered writing assistant that helps you write better, clearer, and more confidently.
Grammarly is a cloud-based service that uses advanced algorithms to check your writing for grammatical errors, spelling mistakes, and punctuation errors. It’s like having a virtual writing coach that’s always with you, no matter where you write.
One of the key features of Grammarly is its ability to provide contextual suggestions. Unlike basic spellcheckers, Grammarly takes into account the context in which a word is used and suggests alternative words or phrasing that might be more appropriate.
For example, if you write the sentence “Their going to the store,” Grammarly will not only catch the spelling error but will also suggest the correct form of the verb “to be,” making the sentence “They’re going to the store.”
Another great feature of Grammarly is its ability to check for plagiarism. With the increasing prevalence of online content, it’s never been more important to ensure that your writing is original. Grammarly’s plagiarism checker helps you avoid accidental plagiarism by checking your work against billions of web pages, academic papers, and other sources.
Finally, Grammarly provides detailed reports on your writing, including a list of the most frequent errors you make, along with suggestions for how to improve. These reports can be particularly helpful for those looking to improve their writing skills, as they provide a clear picture of where you need to focus your efforts.
In conclusion, Grammarly is a must-have tool for anyone who wants to write better. Whether you’re a professional writer, a student, or just someone who wants to communicate more effectively, Grammarly is the perfect solution. With its advanced AI technology, Grammarly makes writing easy, accurate, and effortless. Give it a try today, and start writing with confidence!
Request #1 analysis:
The blog content above is really well done. It’s focused on the question that was posed, and is well written. It is however written from ChatGTP’s perspective, not the perspective that was requested but the author style was obviously far from mainstream.
Request #2 response: (Grammarly in William Shakespeare’s writing style)
“O Grammarly, thou art a tool most wondrous, Thou mak’st the written word most fair and bright. Inscribed with grace and clarity, doth guide us From errors that make our words seem quite a fright.
In days of old, when scribes did use a quill, And ink that oft would blot and smudge, did spill, The woes of grammatical mistakes did fill The minds of those who wrote with heart’s free will.
But now, with thee, O Grammarly, at hand, These woes have vanished, and our writing stands, With pride and confidence, like a stately band, Of words that flow like music, pure and grand.
From sentence structure to the choice of words, Thou art the master of our written horde, And in the end, with effortless afford, A work of art, most wondrous, is outpoured.
So let us raise our voices high, and sing The praises of this tool, our grammar king, And let us write with hearts most free and light, With Grammarly to guide us, day and night.”
Request #2 analysis:
I am far from a Shakespeare subject matter expert, but the change in form and style is evident compared to the initial request. The content is still well-written and meets the request’s requirements.
Overall, I am impressed with what ChatGPT brings to the table. While I don’t believe it’s ready to become a mainstream blog author, it can take a single line of explanation and put together a very relevant answer to the question posed to it.