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A hundred ugly and pretty words
It is one of the many intriguing characteristics of our speech how often words with pleasurable connotations are very pleasurable on the mouth and even in the eyes and how many words on the other hand underline their unpleasant character audibly and visual - just look at the headline of this article.
Consider how often words are presented to describe other words, how many of them are connected and what kind of feelings, perceptions and feelings they have in common. See how often these words are used to describe them. Try to say nice words as if they were hideous, or the other way around. Would you like to learn English in 5 min per die?
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No more than 10 words to write
It is a mixture of arts and crafts. It comes from literacy, speaking, thinking, dreams and text. There are some tricky skills, but some are very easy and will immediately boost your typing. However, in many cases, reinforcing the letter means just that you avoid the things that weaker it.
We' ve ID'd 10 words that almost always make typing weak. "Sometimes you get the feeling that it'?s too difficult to write." Cause: I never felt that way, so this is not the truth. Probably the author means "I" or "some authors", e.g. "Sometimes I have the feeling that it is too difficult to write". "It" should only be used if you actually write to and about the readers, not if you make general comments.
"I think the goverment should stop those who write badly The author touches and feels what? Usually the author means "believe" or "think". Instead, the author should show the emotion through the words and deeds of the characters. "You could write much better." Cause: How much is "much"?
There is no meaning to the word "much" without the right word, but if you give the right word, you don't need the word "much". "Much" may seem like "some" to one individual for another, reducing your need to use "how", e.g. "These words corrupt your writing". One good brainstorming can improve your typing, but too many make it difficult, so try to think of another way to put your idea into words.
It'?s the way they write." "He was like this when he began to write." Expressing an ideea with fewer words is almost always a good idee, so one can "write" as in "He writes so when he starts to write". It is a matter of "written earlier" and "when he began to write" in the past which is superfluous.
It is your formalities, your purposes, your voice and your audiences that will decide whether or not you want to use these words. This results in a more powerful letter that conveys the author's idea more clearly and professional.