How do you write an essay? You get the information and, then, you place them in order of priority and, then, you think of a few fancy words to show off your vocabulary and, then, you start writing and, then, so long as you have followed a structure, there’s nothing to prevent you scoring great grades, right?
Wrong, you may just bore the reader to sleep if you don’t pay attention to repetitive words. The paragraph above is a great example. Whether it’s an ‘and’, ‘but’ or ‘for example’, synonyms can break the monotony, as demonstrated in this infographic.
20 Useful Words and Phrases for Top-Notch Essays:
Infographic by – EssayPro