Version 1
Chris West’s suggestion of a clear sentence is to avoid writing ambiguity. To do that, writer detects possible ambiguities after writing every of his sentences. Minor ambiguities are also intolerable. That job adds hard works to writer, but a clear sentence goes easily to reader. This is unforgettable of writer. Also, reader find ambiguous sentences easily readable, but ambiguity ends good contact with reader. Therefore, there is no room for ambiguity. This view is represented by Chris West. (Perfect Written English,2008)
Version 2
Chris believes that a clear sentence goes easily to reader. Also, he avoids writing ambiguity because it blocked well contact with readers. A clear sentence is easier than an ambiguous sentence for reader understand writer. The writing ambiguity should be avoidable, and to do that is to scan carefully possible ambiguities in every sentence. This view is represented by Chris West (Perfect Written English,2008)
Version 3:
Christ West suggests clear sentence. Doing that, writer detects possible ambiguities written on his sentence. He also unaccepts small ambiguities. That job adds writer hard work, but a clear sentence goes easily to reader. This is unforgettable. Also, reader find ambiguous sentences fairly readable, but ambiguity ends good contact with reader. Therefore, there is no room for ambiguity. This view is represented by Chris West. (Perfect Written English,2008)