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Redundant words and phrases

Judy Vorfeld Use redun­dant phrases spar­ingly (or omit) in busi­ness cor­re­spon­dence, arti­cles, head­lines, and other writ­ten doc­u­ments. Here are a few that peo­ple use reg­u­larly: * Absolutely essen­tial (essen­tial) * Added bonus (bonus) * Both of them (both) * End result (result) * Exact same (exact or same) […]

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Redundant Words and Phrases

Write Powerfully: Avoid Useless Words and Phrases By Judy Vorfeld “Reckless writ­ers and slip­shod speak­ers use many words where few would do,“says Owl Editing. “Yet for all the words, their expres­sion is but impov­er­ished; more words do not nec­es­sar­ily sig­nify more mean­ing.” Do you pub­lish a newslet­ter, have […]

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