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Lectures learnt from On Writing Well
If you are a developer of a piece of software, you come to a point where writing is important. You may want to make a message to your developer colleagues, send an email to a client, or summarize the latest review notices. I went even further because I have my own website where I am writing about programming and writing my first book.
It' s about my writing. This is a synopsis of my teachings from On Writing Well by William Zinsser. I' m no specialist in this area, even less than non-native speakers, but by summarizing, I am hoping to help other programmers enhance their writing abilities.
I' m striving to enhance my writing and speaking abilities. On-writing well had themes that were more easily applied than other themes for non-native-speaking people. It' simpler, for example, to eliminate all the confusion and keep phrases and words straight. If you are not a mother tongue translator, you are less likely to be able to type in complicated phrases with complicated words.
However, On Writing Well had themes that were more complicated to use. This fact makes it particularly challenging for non-native speakers to refine the significance of their texts. "William Zinsser says, "You learnt to type by writing. However, in order to improve your writing skills, you cannot only use the first outline of the letter.
You' ll have to improve your writing and circumscribe a doze. "of the letter is rewriting." Just think, you are starting to post about a theme. Carefully clean this area, be happy with it and stand still. "Make it a full event for your readers. Don't chew on another part of the theme and let the readers read incompletely.
If you are writing, "go with your interest". This is the only way for the readership to get your excitement and appreciate it. Do it personally, simply and clearly. Challenging your readership, however, be unpredictable when you are writing and let your readership think for themselves. Keep in mind that writing and writing is a transactional process between two persons - an writer and a readership.
It is not the only thing that motivates a readership, it is the person behind this theme. Turn the spelled words into your own - make it your own - only then will the readers go with you. If not, use the simplest words possible to make your writing as clear as possible.
You can use brief words over long words. Make it brief. Correctly use punctuation marks to make phrases easy and trim a long phrase into two shorter phrases. "It' s a brief sentence." Every movement must be "broken down into its purest components," says William Zinsser. Do not accidentally type. Each clear phrase was re-written a few time until it had the most clear significance.
Cutter is the "disease of writing". They are useless words that have no significance, but rather complicated typesetting structures. Picture an audiences of one and one is your partner. Don't let your readers compile every phrase, just type as simply as possible. William Zinsser says the fastest solution is to attack things.
Wonder if you need the heel, the phrase or the Adverb. As soon as you have cleared up the mess and made your text clear and easy, there may no longer be a sense of personality. When you can, type in the first one. Do not use one as the user wants to see the deal between a user and a author.
When you can't type in the first character, at least you think you're writing from your point of views. Your first design can be written in the first character. Nevertheless, your implied individual styling remains. Prevent fears (quite, a bit,....) in your writing. Find your own words you want to use in your writing.
If you like to browse around and browse through some of the stories of those you like to talk about. The unit is called William Zinsser. Are you writing in the first or third party? Formally or informally. Do not modify the block of variable between writes. "When you do this, the Scriptures will be controlling you, not the other way around."
If you are changing the variable, you must adapt the writing from before. They should be experimenting with where your writing leads you. Your most important phrase is your first phrase. Second most important phrase is the second phrase. Every phrase is based on the other. Think of the pyrramid as an inverted pyrramid, with each set expanding the one.
Describe your motivations behind the story and why your readers should be reading it. Your last few words should be brief. "Search for the next exit," says William Zinsser. This completes the circle in your articles or books. Take a clear break and begin writing. The most important element of your phrase is your verb.
"They' re driving the record forward and giving it momentum," says William Zinsser. Substantives - After a verb, simple ones come into your font as powerful cues. Don't talk about "the leafy grass". Type about "grass" unless it has a different colour than red. This effect should be reached most of the writing alone.
Prevent semi-colons unless you want the user to take a break. To justify the principle, use a stroke. You can use two hyphens between the sentences to include an improved detail. Include them at the beginning of your phrase. Make it clear to your readers as early as possible that something has improved.
You can use today's and today's mood changes to make your readers attentive to the times. To keep your writing visually, you need to keep your sentences brief. Readers will be able to read your letter and readers will find it easy to read you in heels. Making your letter look welcoming.
You should always pay attention to what you say. Compare the words calmly and calmly, while one is smooth and the other is erratic because of its extraordinary people. You can use the same vocal in each of your fonts. Easily find your easy vote and make writing easy for your readers.
"Authoring is an emerging business, not a ready-made part. Do strick-things to make your writing easy and clear. Making it easy for your readers. "And the effortlessness of our styles is the result of hard work and continuous refinement. "Include your character in your writing with each new version. I still have the last section of the last section, "Write as best you can", in my mind.
This is not necessarily only true for writing, but for all our actions: On Writing Well by William Zinsser is recommended.