How to Clean Up Your Writing - A Flowchart

How To Clean Up Your Writing – A Flowchart


Are you making too many wordy writing mistakes? In this infographic, we share a flowchart on how to clean up your writing.

Proofreading or editing your writing is difficult at the best of times. Too many unnecessary or wordy expressions evade even the keenest writer.

It’s always best to write in plain language and in the active voice. This means using simple sentences and short words – if possible. You should also try to avoid clichés and redundant phrases.

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How To Clean Up Your Writing – A Flowchart

Jennifer Frost writes: ‘Are you sometimes too lazy to proofread your (or someone else’s) writing?

If you mess up the intro, you may lose a reader and never meet again.

GrammarCheck‘s latest infographic is a handy flowchart that will guide you through the jungle of wordy writing mistakes:

How to Clean Up Your Writing Flowchart (Infographic)

Please share with anyone you think might benefit. Thank you.’

Source for infographic: Grammar Check

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