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Deactivate these notes. Deactivate these notes. For more information, click an area that is highlighted or mark a term or set. Deactivate these notes. The record layout is displayed in the background of the documents. Move your mouse over a block to see its number. Choose a term or set or click on a set for more information.
Click on a keyword to see a listing of the most commonly used words in the vicinity. Deactivate these notes. The distribution of record types, lengths and words is shown graphically on this page. Any is a sliding mean, with the length of the words weighed by the records before and after. The flow can be changed by addition, removal, extension, reduction, combination or division of records.
Please click on the respective counter to get more detailed information. Deactivate these notes. All four movement styles are used and varied in good flowing plays to arouse the reader's interest. The record length is directly related to the record style and is a good indication of the rate of movement. You can change the flux by inserting, deleting, extending, trimming, merging, or dividing records.
Records that are poorly flowing with their environment are amber, and the cause of the issue can often be found in a neighboring phrase. The length of the words is a small contribution to the total flux, but small deviations are also a sign of a good rhyt. Displays repetitive words and expressions as well as a host of other stats.
Deactivate these notes. That is a measurement of how often pre-positional words are used. The length of a record contributes significantly to the educational standard necessary for reading a text. If the text is broadly accepted, this is between 50 and 90% of the mean length of the sentences.
It is a measurement for the diversity of sets and an important contribution to the workflow. Type a term or set and press Return to display a listing of related words. Deactivate these notes. Deactivate these notes. Criticism and workflow are suppressed. Typing a term twice in a series can be a typing error.
You should not use one or more words to begin more than one phrase in a particular section. The reuse of a verb can make a phrase ring repeated and dull. It' regarded as a bad way to place co-ordinating subjunctions at both ends of a movement. A subordinate conjugation at the end of a phrase is against the game.
The use of more than three pre-positional words in a phrase can make it ponderous. As a rule, they are regarded as a bad shape. In almost all cases, these can be erased without affecting the significance of the block. This phrase makes it hard to write. Those obsolete, arcane words and sentences make your letter look like a covenant.
Such exaggerated, unofficial rhetoric should be prevented like the pestilence in most cases. Every kind of "be" before an adjective diminishes the definition. Attempt rewrite the phrase without the useless verse. It gives him a more vivid feeling, which enhances the flowing of the heel. Shared infinitives are usually regarded as a bad shape.
As is the case with abstracts, Wiesel words and expressions are also lacking in specifity. If you are reviewing a naturally risky file, you should deactivate this check. The words and sentences often show the author's prejudice. A standalone term is a group of words containing a substantive and a verse that could be used alone as a theorem.
Each block has at least one, and all others must begin with a decimal point or comicolon. An interdependent term is a group of three or more words that contains a substantive and a verse but cannot make a theorem. As a rule, they are prefixed with a subordinate term. Each phrase must contain at least one substantive and one verse.
Adds or subtracts pre-positional words and terms to change the flux of your work by altering the length of the sentences. It is an important element in readers' commitment. If you have a writer's block, try playing the term associative match on the Utilities page. and try to make a story with as many words as possible.
To get a suggestion, click on an original flowmeter. You can truncate a few words from this phrase, or just say a few words to the one before. Take this phrase a little longer, or cut a few words from the preceding one. Cut a few words from this phrase, or put a few words next.
Take this phrase a little longer, or cut off a few words from the next.