Grammarly Commercial Song – The Opening Line

Grammarly Commercial Actor

Grammarly encourages you to “Level Up Your Writing” in a new ad, aimed at highlighting that this app could help you “Write the Future”.

One of the spots, titled “The Opening Line”, features a guy who, after finding a match on a dating app, tries to come up with the best opening line to impress her and write correctly from all points of view. Luckily for him, Grammarly helps him to avoid grammar mistakes, such as “Maybe its fate?”, as well as spelling, punctuation, word choice, and style mistakes, and this leads to a first date with the girl, who seems to be impressed by his English writing skills.

The song used in the ad is “Coyote Mischief” by Matt Haick.

Other spots show that the writing-enhancement platform developed by Grammarly, Inc., is very helpful also when it comes to write an original term paper, with no mistakes in it, a first e-mail to your future team, or a selling offer.

Developed in 2009 by Alex Shevchenko and Max Lytvyn, in Kiev, the app available for both IOS and Android, as well as via free browser extension for Chrome, Safari, Firefox, and Edge, was awarded, in 2013, the “Gold Award” from TopTenReviews Best Online Grammar Checker Comparisons and Reviews with a rating of 8.88.

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