Friday, June 10, 2011

Avoid All Prepositions and Conjunctions That Consist of More Than One Word

Avoid all prepositions and conjunctions that consist of more than one word. Aside from inasmuch as, this includes with regard to, in association with, in connection with, with respect to, in the absence of, with a view to, in an effort to, in terms of, in order to, for the purpose of, for the reason that, in accordance with, in the neighborhood of, on the basis of, and so on. There’s not a single one of these word combinations that can’t be replaced by a simple word like if, for, to, by, about or since.



  1. Hmm, that is certainly something to chew on...Haven't really thought much about this, though it does make sense when I think about it..And I do know of one place where i have done my poem THE WILD RIDE..Mmmm...
    Thanks D XX