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Parts of a Sentence

Independent Clause – A clause containing both a subject and a predicate, meaning that it can stand alone as a complete and grammatically correct sentence. Dependent Clause – A clause that contains only a subject or a predicate, meaning that it cannot stand alone as a sentence. Subject – What or whom the sentence is…

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How to Write a Compelling Title in 5 Easy Steps

The title is the most important part of a piece of writing. The title is the bait, and to hook a reader, you must give them something they want to bite. Think about a fancy French bakery, what is it that makes you go inside? Most of all, it’s that glorious aroma that wakes the…

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Steps to Make Your Writing More Concise

No matter how much experience you have with the English language, writing concisely is not easy. It can cause some writers so much frustration that they wish to give up. However, just because it is difficult does not mean that it is impossible. You have to do what you can, and starting somewhere can get…

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How to Write Conversationally

Speaking is a skill that comes fairly naturally to most people. However, writing often seems to be more difficult. It’s not always easy to put your thoughts into writing, but if you can make you tone conversational, it will be easier for you to formulate your thoughts and for others to understand what you are…

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How Long Should a Paragraph Be?

Paragraphs, and the sentences that shape them, are perhaps the most important way to give writing direction. Every paragraph needs to have a main point, idea, or focus. This applies to both fiction and non-fiction alike. While fiction will traditionally use paragraphs to direct the reader, develop characters and themes, and move the story along,…

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