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Editing for clarity, coherence and unity

Clarity means writing clearly so that the reader understands you. There are four common problems that interfere with clarity:

Coherence means making the connections from one idea to the next. We have many transition words and phrases in the English language: e.g. however, consequently, therefore, despite, and even though.

Unity means writing about one main idea.

 

 

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