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I find that a very common error that I make in my writing is that I begin sentences with the word “It”. I think that the reason that I make this mistake so often is that it is an error that is so easy to overlook. Whenever I try to break up a long sentence into two sentences, I can very easily split it with an “It” in the middle for the second sentence to begin with. This is a pretty bad error because it decreases the readability of that sentence. The word “It” is a vague if
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Unformatted text preview: it doesn’t clearly refer to anything. Readability is a very important goal to strive for when writing because people generally only want to read something that is easy to read and clearly states its goals. Thus, beginning a sentence with “It” is clearly not a good thing to do, and I will make sure not to do this anymore in the future....
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This note was uploaded on 01/08/2012 for the course ENGLISH ENG-102 taught by Professor English during the Spring '11 term at Thomas Edison State.

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