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some tips on what you should do when writing a story

some tips on what you should do when writing a story

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  • 1. STORY CHECKLIST Have I decided on the plot line before starting writing my story? Have I started the story with an interesting beginning that will attract the reader? Is it all written in the right tense? (past tenses: past simple, past continuous or past perfect?) Am I using the same words too much in my story? What other words could I use instead? Have I finished my story in an interesting way, e.g. with direct speech, rhetorical question, expressing my feelings, etc? Have I read my story out loud? Do I like it?

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