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Dec 20

December 20, 2012

Comparatives

Comparatively Speaking

Some words are commonly mistaken for other similar words or homophones. To ease the confusion, refer to the hints and tricks to remember which word is appropriate.

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Dec 20

December 20, 2012

Homophones

Homophones

A homophone is a word which is pronounced like another word with a different spelling and meaning. Words which sound alike are often confused. Choosing the incorrect spelling of a homophone can drastically change the meaning of what you write.

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Dec 20

December 20, 2012

Brevity: Top 3 Ways to be Succinct

Wordiness obfuscates concepts. Simple sentences in plain language engage readers in the content rather than exercise their brains attempting to parse the language. Three very simple techniques are quick ways to trim words without trimming meaning.

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