Plain Language Made Easy


Content must:

  1. Be consistent and comprehensive.
  2. Have an easy to understand format and style.
  3. Contain simple vocabulary, clear headings and a phrase-free sentence structure.

A company should:

  1. Edit existing communications.
  2. Train staff to write in Plain Language.
  3. Implement a Plain Language programme.
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by Amanda Patterson

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