Grammarly, described as “the world’s most accurate grammar checker”, promotes its app in a commercial highlighting that, with Grammarly, you can all kind of errors, from simple ones, such as a missed comma, to most complex, such as a new word suggestion.
The 60-second spot, titled “Write at the Speed of Life”, features Lily (played by Lily Luong), the new Social Media Manager at a company who must deal, on her first day at the new job, with a series of angry messages from customers. Thanks to Grammarly, which works across most social media platforms and email servers, she manages to reply to each customer not only quickly, but also very professionally, with no error.
At the end of the day, even though she’s the last one in the office, when a coworker asks her if it was a “though day”, she answers, uttering a discrete smile, that “it was a great day”.
The song used in the ad is “Here I Come” by The Brotherhood, a premiere live corporate and wedding band based in South East Wales.
Lily Luong has appeared in several ad campaigns, as well as short and feature films, including How to Be Popular (2007), Americana (2016), and Cardinal X (2017).