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English Informal and Formal Words List; Informal Formal Ask for Request Look into Investigate Refer to Consult Hungry Famished But However Wrong Incorrect Mad Insane Let Allow Eager Avid Dare Challenge Hurt Damage Show Demonstrate Avoid Evade Sick ill Give up Quit Empty Vacant Mend Repair Idea Notion See Observe Need Require Informal Formal Live Reside Whole Entire Blow up Explode Thanks Gratitude Worse Inferior Keep Preserve Dim Indistinct Death Demise Job Occupation Dad Father Hopeless…
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Sales copy isn't a dirty topic—grab these 96 copywriting power words to increase conversions on your sales page, landing page, or website.
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You hear about it all the time: you need to cut words! But before you get trigger-happy with your delete key, it's important to come up with a plan for cutting words out of your book. That's why today's post is all about: HOW TO EFFECTIVELY CUT WORDS. What words you should ACTUALLY put to death and why.
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I got into the cab. It was raining, but there was something weird about the rain but I couldn’t quite name what. It was foggy too, it was a usual night. “Number 14, Starry lane please” I croaked. My mascara was all over the place and my knuckles bloodied. I had just finished a job. I broke cheaters. Proudly might I add. But this one, he was mine. I loved him. Notice the past tense? I’m done with him that doesn’t mean it didn’t hurt.
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Let’s talk reader engagement. A writer can create tension and hook readers through three situations: mystery, suspense, and dramatic irony.
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