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Janet Swisher wrote:
> People who need tips on writing clearly also need help with figuring
> out which words are needless, so that advice is nearly useless.
Well - sometimes a reminder is valuable.
A well-placed hint in a receptive brain can go a long way.
> Read the text aloud, or better yet, have someone else read it aloud.
> If anything sounds awkward or causes the reader to stumble, simplify
> until it doesn't.
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