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:: Do not stuff too many details into one sentence.  Exposition is the art of providing your readers with all of the information they need in order to understand the point you want to make.  "Virtue is the mean between extremes."  You must not supply too much information or too little.
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::- [https://www.ef.com/wwen/english-resources/english-grammar/ Education First ''English Grammar Guide.'']
  
 
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Revision as of 12:31, 8 May 2019

Write simply.
KISS: "Keep It Super-Simple."
Be brief. Do not say "In brief" or "briefly" or "In view of the limitations imposed on me by publishing this study in a journal, I cannot do justice to the entire history of the human race that led to the momentous occasion of me telling you what I think."
Do not stuff too many details into one sentence. Exposition is the art of providing your readers with all of the information they need in order to understand the point you want to make. "Virtue is the mean between extremes." You must not supply too much information or too little.

Links

- Education First English Grammar Guide.