"How to Write with Clarity" shows you how to eliminate ambiguity from your writing so your readers understand clearly what you are communicating. Writing with clarity is more than using simple, age-specific words for your readers. The misuse of a single word or improper placement of a word could alter the meaning of a sentence or emphasize the wrong part of sentence, thus confusing your reader.
"How to Write with Clarity" shows you:
1) How to use words in their proper sense. 2) How to avoid exaggerations. 3) How to avoid useless large words. 4) How to use specific ambiguous words like that, which, who, either, or, when, while, and many other ambiguous words.