Proofreading & Editing Tips That’ll Transform Your Next Post
Don’t bog down your prose with empty wordsThe term “grammar expletives” refers to literary expressions that begin with that are it, here or there and are followed by a variant from the verb that is. Common phrases include it’s that it was, it’s not take the form of here is and there are, and there Editing Bank Statements. The issue? If the words, here, and there are used to refer to nouns later in the sentence orand even worse, some other thing or something else, they affect your writing because they shift the focus away from the main driving forces for your paragraphs. In addition, they typically need other to phrases like whom, what, that as well as when and when, which can further degrade your writing.
Let’s consider an example:It is reported that there are certain bloggers who appear to be using… The expletives in the sentence that concentrate on a nebulous object known as “there rather than the real main focus of the sentence for example, bloggers. The writer is then required to make use of a second word that is not needed -the word – who is three words that are unnecessary in an unfocused sentence. You can train yourself to identify instances of here, there or here, that is followed by a to be verb (such as are, is was, were, or is) and modify your sentences to focus on your meat or potatoes instead of.
Examples of other before-and-afters:
- It’s fun editing Editing is fun.
- The process of writing takes time Writing takes time.
- There are many who write. Many people write.
- Nothing is better than blogging. There’s nothing more satisfying than blogging
- Here are some suggestions to keep in mind: A few things to take into consideration include: