Let’s Get Specific

After reading this very specific article (you see what i did there),  I’ve learned how to turn a bland, abstract paragraph into something that is entirely more interesting and concrete. Beth Johnson pointed out that if you do not include details to further extend the audience’s knowledge, then it not a read worth memorizing. Most of the examples that she gave on the concrete paragraphs were generally longer than the abstract examples, but I think that the length does not matter when it comes to being concrete. Being concrete meaning that you are really specific and what you are writing sounds interesting and also have descriptions and examples of the incident(s) that you are talking about.

Photo: N.p., n.d. Web.


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