how to write many words

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    ollive o brienposted 7 years ago

    how to write many words

    how to write many words

  2. wvierra profile image62
    wvierraposted 7 years ago

    You need to be a bit more clear about what exactly you are trying to say because from just that line alone I could write 15 hubs on it alone. Try and be more specific on the question, in that way we other hubbers can narrow it down to exactly what kind of answer you are looking for.

    With that said let me take a long shot on what I think you are asking.

    If you are referring to how to rewrite an article but with a similer message you just have to look at the context of the article, most of the time you can substitute one word for another of in some cases one phrase for another but yet it could still hold the same meaning. for example is the following.

    1) Photography is a very fulfilling job that anyone can have.
    "replaced with"
    2) One of the most fulfilling jobs to have is photography.

    Hope this helped you out if not just a little bit.

    If your just looking to make your hubs longer then well look at the example I just did answering your question 8o).

    just started with a few lines and as I was writing it other things just kept popping up in my head that I thought was relevant.

    May god bless all who blesses Hub Pages with their writings.

  3. Teresa Schultz profile image80
    Teresa Schultzposted 7 years ago

    I agree with wvierra about the part where one just starts writing and all sorts of things start popping up in in one's head, that one can then branch off on, but keep everything related.

    Also, try be descriptive.  Adding adjectives and adverbs to a simple sentence can make it much longer.

    A simple example.

    He jumped over the wall.

    He almost slipped when he jumped over the crumbling wall, and hurt his foot quite badly when he landed with a thud on the other side.

    Also remember to use senses.  Describe what your character in a story, for example, can see, hear, taste, touch, and smell.