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Improving Your Rhetorical Knowledge

In ancient Greece and Rome, rhetoric was considered part of the trivium, or the three main courses of study for ambitious young men. It remained popular until the Middle Ages, after which it gradually ceased to be a requirement for students. This is ironic, considering how important being a good speaker continues to be to…

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Partridge Singapore presents tips on developing your own writing style, Part 2

Partridge Singapore continues with its tips on how to develop a writing style with which you are comfortable and which helps you appeal to readers. Avoid adverbs when possible Eliminate most adverbs and adverbials. They are often redundant. Think about the following sentences: The coach yelled loudly at the referee. Pavarotti sang beautifully. These sentences…

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