We writers tend to make fairly predictable errors, so learning a few simple fixes can greatly improve our sentences. Here are six faults you can eliminate to fix your sentences: redundancy, repetition, subject-verb separation, misplaced modifiers, dangling participles, and unparallel phrasings. [excerpt]
CU Commons Citation
Tenielle Fordyce-Ruff, Crafting Clear, Correct Sentences, Advocate, Nov. 2013, at 56.