10 Keys to Good Writing : Tips for non-native English writers
Non-native English speakers are often intimidated about writing in English. They worry about their vocabulary and grammar, their word placement and use of articles. The more technical the writing, the higher the levels of anxiety they seem to experience. But no matter what the purpose is for your writing, there are a few fundamental rules for good writing in English that, if you follow them, you are bound to produce something great.
Here are the rules:
- KISS it.
This means “Keep. It. Short. And. Simple.” Have you ever heard the saying “brevity is the soul of wit”? It is true. The fewer words you use in your sentence to say what you want to say, the better. The key is to
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