Tying Ideas Together

The second 90-minute video in the Write Smart series.
(Immediate access via a direct link — not a download)

If you want to develop a writing style that is both easy to follow and persuasive, you need to know the key words that skilled professional editors use to tie ideas together. In the process, you will learn how to deal with the many quirks of English. For example, why does your computer often tell you to change “that” to “which” (or “which” to “that”)? Why do words like “however” and “therefore” usually require both a comma and a semicolon?

We will look closely at a series of common punctuation practices that top professionals in the publishing industry rely on to present their ideas clearly.

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