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  Tips for Writers by Brad Hyde (April 27, 2008)
 


Choose Easier Words

Masaru, a Writing 12 student, has this advice for aspiring writers:

"Choose easier words. Nothing is more unpleasant than looking up words in dictionary a few times in one sentence."

Sometimes, writers want to show off their vocabulary, but as Masaru suggests, it is "unpleasant" to need a dictionary frequently when reading.

It's good advice!

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