Prominent in the picture, and a real thorn in the side for language purists and word wrestlers. It concerns the ‘in addition’, ‘stills’, ‘maars’ and ‘alsos’. And these are just some of those prominent families that you don’t want to bet too UK Phone Number often. Yet that still happens all too often.How do you use the everyday power of those catchphrases in the right way? In this article I share some practical tips to avoid falling (too often) for taking advantage of the well-known, loved and hated invaders as next to it UK Phone Number  and also .

 Keywords you prefer to use

 Your fingers race through the keyboard UK Phone Number and the sentences accumulate with the passage of time. But because of your own genius you can easily overlook a possible pitfall. Because at the end of the fifth paragraph, you don’t quite remember how many times you’ve opened a sentence with words like ‘but’ or ‘besides’.It pays to have an external party – whether or not very critical – look at your textual creation. First of all, they are not as good at the subject matter as you are, which can raise interesting and in-depth questions to further refine the text. Such a third party also detects those catchphrases a lot easier. Indicate in advance that the reader UK Phone Number  should pay attention to such keywords. This way they can work in a more targeted way and you increase the text quality.

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Keep it simple and look for synonyms

Our brain is programmed in such a way that we quickly fall into a number of clichés. After all, it is easier to repeat specific words than to keep UK Phone Number searching through our abundant vocabulary. That working memory already has enough other things ‘on its mind’. All the more reason for humanity to place part of that working memory in UK Phone Number digital systems. Likewise for finding matching synonyms.

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