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  1. Do You Know What Hedging Language Is?

    And you're all very good!
  2. Do You Know What Hedging Language Is?

    At the rate you folks are going, eliminating the hedging words would certainly shorten our writing. We'd all be doing flash fiction.
  3. Do You Know What Hedging Language Is?

    Hedging is a type of language use which 'protects' your claims. Using language with a suitable amount of caution can protect your claims from being easily dismissed. It also helps to indicate the level of certainty we have in relation to the evidence or support. www.ucl.ac.uk › IOE Writing Centre › Develop your Academic Voice Now I will follow your link.
  4. How To Avoid Dangling Participles

    I guess that will have to be through emoticons, but I don't find a nodding one.
  5. Hmmm. I take that as a challenge. Let me get the horses fed, and I will figure out something to post. Working on one that's not quite complete. Maybe that one. It's a kid story.
  6. How To Find The Conflict In A Story

    Sorry, I got sidetracked reading Save the Cat. Too many things to think about at one time.
  7. Find Us All On Social Media Sites

    I sure am learning a lot about things other than writing on this site. I really must get out into the world more often.
  8. Plot Holes And Pot Holes: 8 Common Mistakes

    I have a long list of files in my Tips folder. Some of them I have read, most of them I have not (especially when the title is something like 26 Exercises to Add Punch to Your Writing. That's too many for me to remember.
  9. How To Avoid Dangling Participles

    Not trying to learn science. A couple friends and I are writing a science fiction story. Besides, I need to be able to speak the same language as you folks.
  10. How To Avoid Dangling Participles

    Definitely. For sure. Absolutely. And a few more.
  11. Plot Holes And Pot Holes: 8 Common Mistakes

    Careful rereading, making a list of characters and their descriptions, of settings and descriptions -- writing something long is a lot harder to do than it seems like it should be.
  12. I know men who grew/grow beards in the winter because it keeps their face warmer. My excuse is that winter is on its way out, and I don't need one for summer.
  13. How To Find The Conflict In A Story

    Mmmm, well, er, uh, I haven't tried it yet. Maybe this weekend? I should have more time, especially since the weather is not supposed to be nice enough to go outside and do the fun things.
  14. Premium Lifetime License For Prowritingaid

    So ... like, the less we write, the higher the score, because the greater the possibility of committing what PWA considers to be faux pas . PS. I like PWA. I just bought into it for life. (Hmmm. Mine or theirs?)

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