Chapter 12-1: General Improvement

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Improving Your Writing Style Across All Styles

Chapter Overview

Sub-Chapter 12-1 offers suggestions on things that writers can do to improve in all of their writing, regardless of the audience they are addressing.


Use the menu to explore the topics covered in this sub-chapter:

Beginning of sentences—use a variety of methods to spice up how you start your sentences.

Run-on expressions—learn what this is and how to avoid it.

Sentence fragments—learn what the differences between run-ons and sentence fragments are.

Synonyms—it's not because a corresponding word exists in a thesaurus that it can automatically be used.

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