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Plan a Beginning, Middle, and End

Rudolph Flesch suggested we plan a beginning, middle, and end. Sound advice. The lead sentence should lead the reader in. The beginning paragraph should introduce the subject or subjects. Succeeding paragraphs should illuminate those subjects. An ending should wrap up … Continue reading

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Improve Your Writing with The Flesch-Kincaid Readability Tests

Improve your writing by using the Flesch–Kincaid readability tests. I forgot Microsoft Word has these tests built in. Rudolph Flesch was a pioneer in the plain English movement. He devised a formula  to gauge its readability in writing. Essentially, the higher … Continue reading

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