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[Word Wise] 5 Simple Steps for Better Writing: Step 1
April 02, 2015
Word Wise Newsletter
Write Better. Right Away.Volume 11, Number 1 ... ISSN: 1933-9690
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FEATURE: 5 Simple Steps for Better Writing
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A series of short sentences creates choppy writing. Long sentences, one after the other, make your writing hard to read. Even a sequence of medium-length sentences is tedious.
By varying sentence length, you reduce repetition and add rhythm to your writing. The average sentence length is 15 words – more for technical or legal writing, less for children’s writing.
What To Do
Varying sentence length is an easy fix.
Look for Step 2 in the next issue of Word Wise!
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