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Tips for Writing

Are you interested in getting better at writing? Do you want to be a writer when you grow up?
So do we! Here are some tips to help you become a phenomenal writer!

1. Using bigger words in your writing. 

- Do not be afraid to explore fancy synonyms

- Ex: instead of using "but", use "however". Instead of using "good", use "wonderful".

2. Decorating your writing with Rhetorical Devices.

- Rhetorical devices are similes, metaphors, personifications, and more.

- They are the posters and stickers of writing.

- Similes and metaphors compare a thing to something else, while personifications add personalities to animals and objects.

3. Edit, edit, edit 

- Do not be afraid to take days to edit your work

4. Asking a trusted mentor to review your

writing and give critical constructive

feedback helps you develop your skill of writing.

5. Never be afraid to take constructive feedback, if the person means well, they

most likely just want to help you grow!

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