I've used Grammarly for as long as I can remember (and my memory stretches back at least two months, maybe even longer), and I can confirm that the AI overlords are not beyond human grammar-checkers just yet
When you are aware of your own consciousness — meaning your own individual scattershot thoughts, like what to make for lunch, whether to cross the street, or when it's time to go hit the pillow — what do you hear?
Discussions of prose style very seldom concern themselves with the actual grammar of sentences. We think of grammar as strict and harsh, something punitive, prescriptive. And yet grammar is the key to much of what makes sentences sing.
Goya. A small word, but one that contains multitudes. It is one of those mythic beasts, the "untranslatables," the foreign words that supposedly lack any equivalent in English. Lists of them spread virally online. But for now, let us examine goya.