Put the most important part of the sentence at either end of the sentence.

Posted: June 3rd, 2011 | Author: | Filed under: Plain English: Tips | Tags: , | No Comments »

Consider the sentence: Until the court makes its ruling, the client’s exposure remains uncertain. Here, the concern is the client’s exposure so that phrase should come first: The client’s exposure remains uncertain until the court makes its ruling. Alternatively, in a longer sentence, put the important phrase last in the sentence to add emphasis.

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