Long sentences

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Snicker-snack! by Meg Lauber, Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivs License

Its ok to write long sentences, but they need to be coherent. Often they are not. I have posted about two common problems before: comma splices and unnecessary words. Kathy McGinty talks about some other problems that can lead to long incoherent sentences in this amusing posting on the Plain Language website.

Nine Easy Steps to Longer Sentences by Kathy McGinty
http://www.plainlanguage.gov/examples/humor/9easysteps.cfm

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