Ch 27: Precision & Clarity in Writing

About This Chapter

Write with more precision and clarity after you've watched this chapter's video lessons, read the text lessons, and honed your skills. Afterwards you can test your retention by completing the self-assessment quizzes and the practice chapter examination.

Precision and Clarity in Writing - Chapter Summary

This chapter covers topics such as modifiers, nouns and precise word choice. Its informative video and text lessons can guide you in developing the ability to write with precision and clarity. A clear sentences checklist is provided that can help you write with the full comprehension of your readers in mind. Once you've studied the lessons, you might be able to:

  • Avoid redundancy and repetition in your writing
  • Use more precise language
  • Describe rules for writing clear sentences
  • Write without excess wordiness

The lessons include entertaining short videos that teach with the aid of animation and graphics. Expert teachers present the information through conversational narration. You have the option of either watching and learning visually or reading the corresponding transcripts at your own pace. In fact, the videos themselves can be paused for greater absorption of the material, and the navigational video tags will allow you to move quickly and easily from one topic to the next.

Chapter Practice Exam
Test your knowledge of this chapter with a 30 question practice chapter exam.
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Practice Final Exam
Test your knowledge of the entire course with a 50 question practice final exam.
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