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  • Title:Common writing errors by non-native speakers of English #5: Unclear Logic & Structure
  • News Date:2015-11-03

Today’s post is about how non-native English speakers can learn to write in a way that ensures their sentences—and therefore their ideas—flow from one to the next. For ESL writers this means paying attention to the logical progression of their ideas, being clear with the topic of each paragraph, and pruning away unnecessary and confusing information to leave behind a clear, logical sequence of ideas for the reader to enjoy. Try to ask yourself:

“What is the point of this sentence/paragraph?”

“Do I really need this information?”

“Will this information sharpen or dull my message to my readers?”


Questions like this will help ensure that your translation or original work captures your reader’s attention and, just as importantly, keeps him or her reading till the end.

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TPS Team

 

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