(Stupid Word Tricks.)
Proper writing--and you've heard this a million times--avoids exaggeration.
Never use the imperative, and it is also never proper to construct a sentence using mixed moods.
I used to think I was indecisive, but now I'm not so sure.
In this sentence, the concluding three words ("were left out").
This sentence is neurotic.
If you think this sentence is confusing, then change one pig.
Plim glorkle pegram ut replat, trull gen ris clanter froat veb nup lamerack gla smurp Earthlings.
Would not be anomalous if were in Italian.
When one this sentence into the German to translate wanted, would one the fact exploit, that the word order and the punctuation already with the German conventions agree.
Although this sentence begins with the word "because", it is false.
If writers were bakers, this sentence would be exactly a dozen words long.