facebook twitter rss feed

Tutoring For Your Needs • Passion For Education

Se habla español.
May 112011
 

Anyone can write, but only a few people write well.  The key to exceptional writing can be found in the saying, “less is more.”  When writing, many people use more words than are absolutely necessary.  If you’re thinking about using a word, or a sentence or a paragraph, that doesn’t help to explain something, then don’t use it.  How can a writer get better at writing?  By using less words to say the same things.  How does a writer go about improving their writing by being concise?  Proofread.  Proofreading is the key to eliminating words, sentences and paragraphs that are not necessary.  Some of the best writers are great, not because they are good writers, but because they are exceptional proofreaders.  Being able to eliminate words from your writing, makes your story more concise and in doing so, makes your ideas more coherent to the reader.

See how proofreading can help.  Read the sample above and compare it with the sample below.  Which one is easier and thus more enjoyable to read?

Anyone can write, but few write well.  “Less is more,” is the key to exceptional writing.  When writing, many people use more words than necessary.  If you don’t need a word, sentence or paragraph, don’t use it.  How can writers get better?  Use less words to say the same things.  How do writers improve their writing by being concise?  Proofread.  Good proofreading eliminates all unnecessary elements from a writing sample.  The best writers are great, not because they write well, but because they are exceptional proofreaders.  Eliminating unnecessary words from your writing makes your story more concise and your ideas more coherent.

To sign up for The Tutoring Solution’s Creative Online Essay Writing Program click on the following link – http://thecatutoringsolution.com/writingprogram.html

 Leave a Reply

You may use these HTML tags and attributes: <a href="" title=""> <abbr title=""> <acronym title=""> <b> <blockquote cite=""> <cite> <code> <del datetime=""> <em> <i> <q cite=""> <s> <strike> <strong>

(required)

(required)