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50 redundant phrases to avoid in writing

See on Scoop.itWriting and reading fiction

We get the point; no need to say it twice. Eliminate duplication for concise writing.

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  1. Ok…but sometimes redundancy is fun. At least in dialogue. Folks use it all the time and can give an authentic flavor to the story. Maybe best to use sparingly though.

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