If you are a Grammarly Premium, Grammarly Business, or Grammarly @edu user, you can check your document for plagiarism. Open any document and click the Plagiarism option in the lower-right corner:
When your text is checked for plagiarism, Grammarly may generate a reference, and you will be able to pick a citation format by hovering over the text in brackets. You can click on the citation to copy it to the clipboard and then paste it into your document.
If a reference can’t be generated automatically, Grammarly will suggest citation data to create a reference in accordance with three different formats:
- Modern Language Association (MLA)
- American Psychological Association (APA)
- The Chicago Manual of Style
Simply click the corresponding link on a suggestion card and we will automatically redirect you to the online resource that will provide general models for citing your text.