Making your writing coherent


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Making your writing coherent

- Have you ever described a person as speaking incoherently? What did you mean when you used that term? You probably meant you couldn't understand the person or what the person was saying made no sense. That's basically what incoherent writing is. It doesn't make sense. The reader can't understand the writer's message. You want your writing to be recognized as coherent writing. Think of coherent writing as writing that holds together, a message that flows well. All parts fit together and all the ideas connect.

Have you ever stopped reading something because you were uncertain how the ideas connected? Did you ever have to re-read an email because you thought you'd missed something? If you are the writer, you know how the ideas connect. But remember that the reader isn't seeing the connection through your eyes. Have you ever had a conversation with someone, and when you finished speaking, that person made a comment that seemed to have nothing to do with what you were saying? Consid...

Making your writing coherent
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Making your writing coherent provides you with in-depth training on Business. Taught by Judy Steiner-Williams as part of the Business Writing Fundamentals

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