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Tag Archives: verbs
Sometimes you can’t get around using “was,” but more often than not, it’s a sign of the author’s laziness. The verb is sluggish, blah, boring. It lacks pizzazz. It’s time to whack it out of use as much as possible … Continue reading
Posted in Writing, Writing Tips Tagged sentence construction, verbs, Writing, Writing Tips 14 Comments
Authors are depriving themselves. I don’t know why, but for some reason, certain words and verb tenses have landed on someone’s “hit list,” and consequently have become taboo–to the detriment of clarity in our writing. I don’t know who that … Continue reading
Posted in editing, Writing, Writing Tips Tagged grammar, verb tenses, verbs, Writing 12 Comments