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20 Lazy Word Choices Even Native English Speakers Make

20 Lazy Word Choices Even Native English Speakers Make


In this infographic, we share 20 lazy word choices even native English speakers make.

Jennifer Frost writes: ‘It’s a sign of the times: We’re all using shorter, simpler words to communicate. Anybody who’s had AutoCorrect misinterpret their more creative vocabulary has probably resigned themselves to using the most basic terms.

It’s understandable that you want to be clear. But you’re not always communicating via text. When you’re composing an email or writing any other document, you can often make yourself clearer by choosing different words than the ones you usually rely on.

GrammarCheck’s latest infographic, “20 Lazy Word Choices Even Native English Speakers Often Make,” shows you how minor tweaks to language can have a major impact on your message. We invite you to review the list and try substituting those “lazy” words and phrases.”

20 Lazy Word Choices Even Native English Speakers Make

20 Lazy Word Choices Even Native English Speakers Make

Source for infographics: Grammar Check

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