Good day to everyone
I'd like to ask a question about the English short forms of pronouns and verbs.
I'm writing a short book about a technical topic, but use informal English (it's more like a tutorial).
Mostly I use short forms such as I'm / We're as I'd like to get closer to the reader,
but sometimes I think the long form looks or sounds better in specific cases.
What's the general opinion on this?
My main concern is about consistency as I once learned that after deciding for one form,
it should be used consistently without switching between different forms.
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