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    How can I write short, effective sentences?

    how to write good English without extending its length.

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    Re: How can I write short, effective sentences?

    Quote Originally Posted by liljune View Post
    ​How to can I write good English without extending its length. making my sentences too long?
    Welcome to the forum.

    Note that I have corrected the errors in your title. We don't start a question with "How to" but we do end a question with a question mark.
    I have also corrected the rest of your post for the same reason.
    Always start a sentence with a capital letter.

    Why don't you give us an example of a sentence you have written that you don't think is short and effective, and then we can have a look at it?
    Remember - if you don't use correct capitalisation, punctuation and spacing, anything you write will be incorrect.

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