Sunday, May 15, 2016
15 words you should stop using
Career advice experts at The Muse have come up with a list of words they recommend you drop from your vocabulary. Removing these words, they say, will make you sound smarter, and your writing will be more succinct, therefore more readable.
This is great advice for writers, but also for anyone else who wants to succeed in their day job.
Some of these are words you could probably guess, like “that”, and “just” and “very”.
But others are suggestions that might make you think. Words like “absolutely”, “always” and “amazing”.
For their complete list of no-nos, check out: http://www.news.com.au/finance/work/at-work/15-words-you-should-stop-using/news-story/f3583780e617575f0d3643852aa02109
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