Are you looking for chart filled with quick writing tips? In this infographic, we share 100 quick writing tips to help you with your writing.
Jennifer Frost writes:
‘Don’t say something the way thousands of others have.’
‘Good swimmers swim a lot. Good writers write a lot.’
If you enjoy such short and snappy writing tips, explore 98 more in GrammarCheck’s latest infographic.
[NOTE: Regarding rule #4, we want to emphasise that sentences should be as short as possible. The longest any sentence should ever be is 25 words. And this is the exception. You should aim for an average of 9-12 words per sentence. (Some will be three words and others will be 20 words long. The average should be 9-12.) This gives you great readability statistics.]
We hope at least a few tips can inspire you and help you become a better writer.
100 Quick Writing Tips | Infographic
Source for infographic: Grammar Check
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