Ridding Your Writing of Redundancy and Repetition

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Sometimes it happens because you can’t find the perfect word, image or idea so you decide to keep trying slightly related words that essentially mean the same thing. Other times it’s because you’re so in love with what you’re writing, you’ve just got to repeat it ad nauseum. (“Hey guys, look at this brilliant thing I just wrote! Isn’t it brilliant? Yep, it’s brilliant!”). Whatever the reason, redundancy and repetition can really take the punch out of your papers and stories. But no worries. With this worksheet, you’ll say what you mean, mean what you say, and say it once.

Appropriate for Ages 7 – 135. Yep, this one is right for almost all ages.

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