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Chapter 33. Make It Simple > Seek Simplicity

Seek Simplicity

The following statements relate to making your writing simple to read and understand. For each one, indicate whether it is true or false.

1: Complex sentences are easier to read than simple sentences.
A: false
2: Readers should be expected to look up technical terms you use in your writing.
A: false
3: Latin abbreviations are a sign of an educated writer.
A: false
4: Documents ought to stick to key points without going off onto tangents.
A: true
5: 5. Readers can most easily understand subject-verb-object sentence structures.
A: true




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