What are choppy sentences? How do you make it less choppy? I would appreciate if you could give me some examples.
Choppy sentences are short. They break up thoughts. They don't flow.
Choppy sentences are short, but the flow of the writing can be enhanced with compound and complex sentences.
You don't want to go too far with concatenating sentences, however, because then they can be hard to follow, and they tend to make the reader lose interest because the sentence goes on and on and becomes too wordy to be coherent.
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