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Chapter 4. Eliminate Time-Wasters > “It is/was/has been…”

“It is/was/has been…”

…and “There is/are/was/were…” add length, but no meaning.

Time-waster: There are several people waiting to be interviewed.
Time-saver: Several people are waiting to be interviewed.
Time-waster: It is our hope that the project will be brought in on deadline.
Time-saver: We hope the project will be brought in on deadline.



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